Ports, universities and innovation hubs from Australia, Brazil, Chile, Portugal, UK and the Netherlands have committed to accelerate innovation for green hydrogen by signing the Platform Zero Global Partnership at the World Hydrogen Summit in Rotterdam this week. Participating organisations including New South Wales’ Port of Newcastle, HunterNet Newcastle and Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER),will work together to find solutions to the most challenging bottlenecks facing hydrogen innovation, production and application.
The partnership agreement will be the launch pad for a global network of innovation leaders that share the same ambition: to make impact for the hydrogen economy. It will be a forum for sharing research, technologies and to scale business models – both start-ups and scale ups!
By having a seat at the table, the Newcastle based organisations will have the opportunity to collaborate with other innovators who are developing and scaling new technologies enabling a prosperous hydrogen economy from the very accessible and liveable location of east coast of New South Wales.