Australia hails Canberra's emergence as hydrogen hub

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Australia hails Canberra's emergence as hydrogen hub

ACT government announces $180m of private investment to help bring hydrogen energy storage technology to the Australian capital

Canberra is set to become a world leading hub for emerging hydrogen fuel cell and energy storage technologies, following confirmation of $180m of new private sector investment in a series of pioneering...

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