Oz Hydrogen Program Creates Frustrations

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Australia has recently announced a A$2 billion (US$1.31 billion) Hydrogen Headstart program designed to support two to three large scale flagship projects that could deliver up to a gigawatt of electrolyzer capacity by 2030. The program, which will run over 10 years, was one of the highest profile initiatives released as part of the 2024 federal budget.

Hydrogen, Carbon Capture (CCS), Policy and Regulation, Gas Prices
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