Western Australia invests $22m to accelerate a hydrogen future

The McGowan Government is bringing forward targets outlined in the Western Australian Renewable Hydrogen Strategy by a decade and will invest $22m to accelerate a renewable hydrogen future, meeting the demand for clean fuel.

Part of the WA Recovery Plan, the accelerated targets along with nine studies and projects will boost the state’s renewable hydrogen industry and position Western Australia as a major producer, user and exporter of renewable hydrogen.

Launched in July last year, the Western Australian Renewable Hydrogen Strategy aims to boot the state’s hydrogen industry across for key areas: export, use in remotely located industries, blending in natural gas networks and use in fuel cell electric vehicles.

Commenting on the announcement, Mark McGowan, Premier of Western Australia, “The WA Recovery Plan is focused on creating a pipeline of local jobs to support Western Australia’s economic recovery, while investing in growing green industries that support and improve Western Australia’s future.”

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