Queensland has signalled its intent in the rapidly growing hydrogen industry with the creation of two further hydrogen clusters in Gladstone and Toowoomba, following a $100,000 commitment from the Queensland Government through a partnership with NERA.
Following the launch of the Centre of Decommissioning Australia (CODA) in March 2021, NERA has connected with a wide range of stakeholders with extensive capabilities, capacity and interest both from across Australia and internationally, and this — CODA Connect — is the first of many regular news and updates on CODA developments to engage key stakeholders on CODA activities.
The Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, Hon Karen Andrews MP, has launched a $30 million Commercialisation Fund for Australian Manufacturers, offering grants ranging from $100,000 and $1 million which will be matched by industry.
The Centre of Decommissioning Australia (CODA) has officially launched, heralding a much-needed collaborative effort to address the challenges and maximise the opportunities of decommissioning Australia’s aging oil and gas infrastructure.
A network of 13 regional hydrogen technology clusters has been unveiled across Australia as part of a drive to establish a nationwide hydrogen cluster.