A network of regional hydrogen technology clusters has been unveiled across Australia, as part of a drive to establish a nationwide hydrogen cluster.
The Australian Government is investing $344,000 to support two new industry-led collaboration projects through National Energy Resources Australia (NERA), one of the Government’s six industry growth centres.
New energy technologies that can make resources operations safer, more sustainable and help industry transition to a low-carbon future are the focus of the Asia Pacific Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) which has kicked off in Brisbane.
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