Australia, Germany to kickstart bilateral funding for new hydrogen projects

Published 05:21 on November 23, 2021  /  Last updated at 07:14 on November 23, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Canada, EMEA, International, Japan, Middle East, Other APAC  /  No Comments

Australia and Germany will push forward with their bilateral hydrogen accord by allocating from early 2022 $90 million of jointly committed funds for new hydrogen projects, Australia’s energy and emissions reduction minister, Angus Taylor, announced on Tuesday.

Australia and Germany will push forward with their bilateral hydrogen accord by allocating from early 2022 $90 million of jointly committed funds for new hydrogen projects, Australia’s energy and emissions reduction minister, Angus Taylor, announced on Tuesday.

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