Tasmania’s renewable hydrogen future powering ahead

The Tasmanian Government has welcomed the Australian Government’s $1.9bn announcement for new and emerging technologies, stating that it complements its Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan.

Earlier today, a new hydrogen export hub and a push for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles were announced as part of the Governments new energy technologies investment, something that Tasmania will undoubtedly benefit from.

Read more: Australian Government to invest $1.9bn in new energy technologies 

Released in November 2019, the Tasmanian Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan outlines the state’s unique position to lead the nation in the production of green hydrogen from clean energy sources.

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