Australia is already a leader in green hydrogen, but will we ever export it?

A new deep drive analysis of the emerging green hydrogen industry has found that without government support, the supply of zero emissions hydrogen may not be able to keep pace with surging demand, but transport costs are looming as a particularly tough barrier to establishing a thriving export market.

The findings have been published in a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), which found that despite a rapid increase in green hydrogen globally it won’t be enough to meet the surging global demand for zero emissions hydrogen.

IEEFA found that Australia already ranks amongst the global leaders in a green hydrogen industry, with a number of projects advancing rapidly towards deployment, as well as a number of pilot projects already underway.

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