Australia announces CCS, hydrogen funding ahead of climate summit

Published 08:52 on April 21, 2021  /  Last updated at 08:52 on April 21, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia on Wednesday announced A$540 million ($417 mln) in new funding for CCS and hydrogen technology, a move observers say likely means the government will make no new GHG target commitments at this week's global climate summit.

Australia on Wednesday announced A$540 million ($417 mln) in new funding for CCS and hydrogen technology, a move observers say likely means the government will make no new GHG target commitments at this week’s global climate summit.

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