Australia and South Korea will work together to build up a Hydrogen Action Plan before the year’s over, Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan today said.
The two nations have marked a Letter of Intent for the arrangement which will advance hydrogen participation under existing vitality and assets respective understandings.
Minister Canavan has been in the Republic of Korea throughout the previous two days meeting with Korea’s Minister for Trade, Industry and Energy and various significant industry gatherings and organizations including the Korea-Australia Business Council, the Hyundai Motor Company, the Korea Gas Corporation and Korea Resources Corp.
He has utilized his exchange mission to discharge Geoscience Australia’s report for the National Hydrogen Strategy, Prospective hydrogen generation areas of Australia, which distinguishes the locales in Australia that have high potential for hydrogen creation.
“I’ll be utilizing my time in South Korea to advance our exceptional potential as a hydrogen provider with the South Korean Government and friends officials,” Minister Canavan said.
“I’ll clarify how Australia has been putting vigorously in hydrogen activities and layout our National Hydrogen Strategy which will guide out the means we can take to build up an economical and business hydrogen industry.”
“We have the assets, know-how, foundation and research base to deliver and supply clean hydrogen to the world, and this report demonstrates each Australian state and domain has districts with brilliant prospects for hydrogen creation,” he said.
“There are in excess of 200,000 square kilometers of land appraised as having incredible prospects for supporting sustainable hydrogen creation, affirming our potential for hydrogen generation.”
Minister Canavan will presently head out to Japan for the following three days.