Australian govt grants a further A$70 mln for regional hydrogen hub development

Published 08:30 on January 16, 2023  /  Last updated at 08:30 on January 16, 2023  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

The Australian government will provide A$70 million ($49 mln) for the development of a hydrogen hub in the state of Queensland, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and the Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Chris Bowen, have jointly announced.

The Australian government will provide A$70 million ($49 mln) for the development of a hydrogen hub in the state of Queensland, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and the Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Chris Bowen, have jointly announced.

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