Hydrogen's biggest hurdle: the need for more research dollars

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October 2 2022 - 9:00am
Mark Smeaton, the former project director for ActewAGL's hydrogen refuelling project, with the hydrogen pump at Fyshwick. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
Mark Smeaton, the former project director for ActewAGL's hydrogen refuelling project, with the hydrogen pump at Fyshwick. Picture by Elesa Kurtz

Global investment in research and development into hydrogen technology will need to increase almost four-fold in the next seven years for the fuel to be a major contributor to 2030 net zero emission targets, a new national report has found.

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Peter Brewer

Reporter

Telling the truth and holding agencies accountable must matter to us all. It's also important to tell the story well, and factually. Contact me at peter.brewer@canberratimes.com.au

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