Queensland has today (11th March) unveiled its Hydrogen Taskforce, formed of a team of industry experts, to unleash its hydrogen potential and help establish a sustainable hydrogen supply chain.
The Palaszczuk Government confirmed the state’s effort, with Mick de Brenni, Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen, stating the Professor Peta Ashworth OAM would lead a seven-member expert taskforce.
Welcoming the taskforce, de Brenni, said, “Queensland will lead Australia’s effort to be a world leader in renewable hydrogen and our Hydrogen Taskforce will ensure that we seize this opportunity.”
“The Hydrogen Taskforce brings together industry, academic and public sector leaders with expertise in science, energy, international investment attraction and economic development, infrastructure planning, regulations, skills development and logistics, and Queensland is lucky to have Professor Peta Ashworth at the helm.”
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