Tasmania’s natural advantages and existing renewable resources perfectly positions the Australian state to largely benefit from the emerging global hydrogen industry.
That’s according to the draft Tasmanian Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan released today, which outlines Australia’s vision to become a world leader in large-scale renewable hydrogen production by 2030.
The report highlights Tasmania’s visions and goals, key advantages for hydrogen deployment, and hydrogen action plan, as well as identifying the benefits of a large-scale renewable hydrogen industry and the emerging hydrogen opportunity.
According to Guy Barnett, Minister for Energy, “With future wind farm and pumped-hydro developments alongside out Battery of the Nation and Marinus second interconnector projects, Tasmania is well placed to be a major producer of renewable hydrogen long-term.”
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