Victoria, Australia invests in renewable hydrogen to achieve net zero targets

Victoria, Australia is investing in renewable hydrogen, biogas and energy storage to reach its net zero emissions goal and grow the state’s renewable technology industry.

The Andrews Labour Government on Wednesday (August 4) said that it has invested A$108m ($79m) through the Energy Innovation Initiative to push relevant projects.

To do this, Victoria is inviting applications from emerging applications for the emerging renewable technologies.

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