May 26

Backing for Gladstone, Toowoomba hydrogen clusters

Queensland is establishing two further hydrogen clusters in Gladstone and Toowoomba as the state positions itself as a hydrogen technology leader. The State Government has committed $100,000 through a partnership with NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) to establish the new clusters, which will work with the established H2Q cluster in Brisbane. Hydrogen Minister Mick de Brenni […]
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