Report demonstrates Tasmania’s green hydrogen potential

A new report released yesterday by the Tasmanian Government details the Australian state’s unique potential to become a leading supplier of clean, secure and affordable hydrogen.

The Tasmanian Renewable Hydrogen Prospectus was released at the Tasmanian Energy Symposium in China and Hydro Tasmania was there in attendance to support the initiative.

Tasmania’s competitive advantage in the emerging hydrogen industry was outlined last month with the release of  Hydro Tasmania’s white paper, Tasmania’s ‘green hydrogen opportunity – what makes Tasmania a unique, green hydrogen zone?

CEO of Hydro Tasmania, Steve Davy, said the white paper had already attracted plenty of interest, “The key to Tasmania’s potential is our ability to produce low-cost, emission-free hydrogen, powered by the state’s renewable energy, which makes us attractive for countries looking to meet their emission reduction targets.”

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