Tasmanian renewable energy plan pioneers hydrogen

In order to rebuild a “stronger Tasmania”, the Tasmanian Liberal Government has released The Draft Tasmanian Renewable Energy Action Plan 2020, with hydrogen set to play a key role.

Released yesterday, the draft renewable energy plan outlines the state’s vision and suite of actions to develop renewable energy generation in Tasmania over the coming 20 years.

“The global supply and use of energy is dramatically shifting as countries are looking to use cleaner, renewable forms of energy in order to decarbonise their economies,” the plan explains.

“The use of hydrogen, produced from renewable energy, is emerging as a means of achieving these goals.”

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