Hydrogen Mobility Australia relaunched as Australian Hydrogen Council

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Hydrogen Mobility Australia will now be known as the Australian Hydrogen Council, after the leading hydrogen peak body changed its name to reflect the diversity of its growing membership. Hydrogen Mobility Australia was formed in 2017 with founding members Toyota and Hyundai to accelerate the Australian hydrogen economy. Since then, it has grown to 34 members from the energy, transport, consulting and technology sectors.
Dr Fiona Simon, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Hydrogen Council said the name change represents an exciting milestone for the organisation as momentum for hydrogen builds across both mobility and energy applications.“There are many hydrogen initiatives already underway across the nation, with research and investment expected to continue following the release of the Australian Government’s National Hydrogen Strategy, which will provide a clear framework for the future.

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“We look forward to continuing to work with our members, government and stakeholders to build a future hydrogen society built upon clean and renewable energy technologies.”

The Australian Hydrogen Council has an exciting agenda for 2020, including its inaugural Australian Hydrogen Conference to be held in Melbourne on 30-31 March 2020.

“The conference will feature a fantastic line-up of speakers, providing an engaging platform to discuss the latest developments and initiatives across the emerging hydrogen sector.”

For more information visit: www.H2council.com.au.