The Australian Hydrogen Council has warned that Australia is at risk of “missing the boat” on the development of hydrogen as part of an emissions reduction strategy as the country moves towards a clean energy industry.
Unions representing fossil fuel workers have urged the Victorian Government and the Federal Government to back the emerging offshore wind sector in a move that they say could drastically reduce carbon emissions while providing quality jobs for workers who are already being impacted by the transition out of fossil fuel industries.
Energy infrastructure company Jemena has commenced construction of the Atlas Gas Pipeline, claiming that as Australia transitions to a low-carbon future gas will play an increasingly important role in complementing what it describes as “intermittent renewable technologies” such as wind and solar generation.
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