Clean Energy Council backs WA hydrogen opportunity

The Clean Energy Council is urging Western Australia to accelerate the speed and scale of its investment in the renewable hydrogen sector if it is to become a leading global producer. The council believes the state government should commit to investing a minimum of $100 million over the next five to 10 years to support …
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