Australia has major ambitions to become not only a major hydrogen producer but also a key exporter to customers around the globe. FIBA Technologies’ International Sales Manager, Jean-Christophe Poussin, examines how investment and policy are working together to develop a hydrogen superpower.
“Australia has caught hydrogen fever. Everyone is gripped. Not only do we have a well-considered national strategy and a clear roadmap, but each state is also vying to be the primary producer and exporter of renewable hydrogen, so they’re all funding major projects.”
This is the enthusiastic view of Sean Blythe, CEO at leading integrator ENGV, responsible for Australia’s first public hydrogen refuelling station (HRS) and now involved in many of the hydrogen projects across this immense and mainly empty country.
“Each state – from Western Australia to Queensland, from Tasmania to New South Wales and beyond – has its eye on the global hydrogen prize, so we’re seeing a lot of investment in each region,” Blythe continued.
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