Queensland Government to add hydrogen cars to its fleet

The Queensland Government is adding hydrogen-powered cars to its fleet in a bid to accelerate the Australian state’s drive towards a hydrogen-fuelled future.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) would be integrated into QFleet as part of the $19m Queensland Hydrogen Industry Strategy.

“We’re ensuring Queensland is at the forefront of renewable hydrogen production in Australia,” Palaszczuk said.

“Globally, the race is on for hydrogen to be a new way of transporting clean energy that can provide secure jobs, new industries and export earnings.”

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