Tasmania introduces hydrogen training

Tasmania has developed hydrogen-related qualifications as part of a new $14m Trades and Water Centre of Excellence at TasTAFE’s Clarence campus.

The qualifications will support the Government’s Tasmanian Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan, that outlines the state’s plans to use its renewable energy and water resources to be a leader in large-scale renewable hydrogen production by 2030.

Tasmanian renewable energy plan pioneers hydrogen

The centre will focus on training Tasmanians in the construction and civil contracting industries, including the water and sewerage infrastructure and now hydrogen.

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