Australia’s first hydrogen capability finder launched


National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) has launched Australia’s first hydrogen capability finder.

The free online platform, dubbed HyCapability, intends to connect Australian hydrogen enterprises with both domestic and worldwide markets as the country strives to be a hydrogen leader.

The Hydrogen Technology Cluster Australia (H2TCA) and EconomX also contributed to the tool’s debut.

HyCapability has defined four key aims to achieve its goals: to encourage the expansion of hydrogen induct, to promote Australia hydrogen business, to create a baseline understanding of the Australian hydrogen sector, and to increase momentum for the H2TCA network.

The tool is expected to be the most complete mapping of Australia’s hydrogen capability and digital technologies to date, making it easier to identify capabilities along the hydrogen value chain.

Anela Dokso

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