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ANNOUNCEMENTS

The ACT Renewables Hub is pleased to announce that the Renewable Hydrogen Cluster

is now up and running!

Australia has a unique opportunity to embrace renewable energy through green hydrogen. The ACT is leading the charge with the ACT Renewable Hydrogen Cluster! 

 

Founded by Evo Energy, The Smart Energy Council, The ACT Renewables Hub, The ACT Government, and The Australian National University the cluster has 4 goals:

1. Technology Development

2. Business Development

3. Hydrogen Certification

4. Co-Ordinated Education and Training

 

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How to make the ACT the Renewable Hydrogen capital of Australia?

On this occasion, we examined what the hydrogen industry in the ACT currently looks like, how it can be expanded, and how this expansion will prompt more development nationally.

SMEs

Goverment

ACT RENEWABLES ECOSYSTEM

Academia

Consultants

Corporate

Associations

Skill Builders

INDUSTRY NUMBERS

Zero Net Emissions Target by

2045

2020

100%

90+

ACT Renewables Hub Launch under Smart Energy Council Management

Renewable Energy target achieved in 2019.

ACT Industry Directory Members

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CURRENT INITIATIVES

AND UPDATES

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition 2021
    12 May, 9:00 am AEST – 13 May, 5:00 pm AEST
    ICC Sydney, 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    Organized by Smart Energy Council
  • Solar PV and the post-pandemic recovery scenario.
    06 May, 11:00 pm AEST
    Webinar
    Global Solar Council

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