State of Hydrogen report shows progress stalling on green push

Connor Pearce
Updated April 17 2023 - 8:37pm, first published 5:27pm
Coregas has submitted plans for a hydrogen refuelling site in Port Kembla, but a new report outlines that Australia is falling behind when it comes to adapting to the zero emission fuel. Picture from file
Coregas has submitted plans for a hydrogen refuelling site in Port Kembla, but a new report outlines that Australia is falling behind when it comes to adapting to the zero emission fuel. Picture from file

A new report on the state of the Australian hydrogen industry has warned the pace of the uptake of the critical element in the push towards net zero is stalling, with progress going backwards on the key areas where the Illawarra is expected to make a difference.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Journalist at Illawarra Mercury

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