Queensland, Australia has today revealed a new $19m Hydrogen Industry Strategy, reinforcing the country’s continued commitment to developing a “world class sustainable hydrogen industry”.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said hydrogen has the potential to be Queenland next LNG and a new source of highly-skilled jobs, especially in regional Queensland.
“In the 60s it was about the space race. This century is all about energy. Queensland is at the forefront of hydrogen development. We aim to keep it that way,” she said.
The new hydrogen strategy focuses on five areas: supporting innovation, facilitating private investment, effective policy frameworks, building community awareness and facilitating skills development.
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