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Australia bolsters green hydrogen push

Green hydrogen has received a surge of support from government and industry, and is set to benefit from the country’s renewables boom

Australia’s federal and state authorities have thrown their weight behind clean hydrogen policies and associated pilot projects, with the goal of driving down green and blue hydrogen production costs over the next decade, and industry has responded positively. The latest company to join the fray is Australian junior Strike Energy, which recently announced plans for a $1.8bn ammonia and urea manufacturing facility in Western Australia that will include both blue and green hydrogen supply streams. Canberra adopted its National Hydrogen Strategy in August 2019, noting that it wanted to “position the [hydrogen] industry as a major player by 2030”. A key element of this strategy has been to enc



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