Australia’s $1.14bn National Hydrogen Plan


“Through the National Hydrogen Strategy, we have made one of the most significant and visionary commitments to the development of a single industry in the history of the Commonwealth.”

Those were the words spoken by Pat Conroy (left), the Australian Labor party’s Shadow Assistant Minister for Climate Change and Energy, at the Hydrogen and Gas 2030 Conference last week.

Back in January, the Australian Labor party revealed its $1.14bn National Hydrogen Plan to make Australia a world leader in the burgeoning hydrogen industry – boosting jobs, exports, fuel security and reducing pollution in energy, transport and industrial sectors.

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