University of New South Wales to gain share of $242m for hydrogen research

A hydrogen-based research initiative at the University of New South Wales, Australia, could gain a share of $242.7m under the Australian Government’s new Trailblazer Universities Programme.

Revealed today (Feb 7), the initiative for Australian Trailblazer for Recycling and Clean Energy (ATRaCE) bid will aim to focus on a variety of development and commercialisation of technologies that will enable more sustainable practices such as hydrogen.

Introducing hydrogen within this could support the growing hydrogen sector within Australia and bolster the Government’s aspirations in decarbonisation.

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