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Roman Frey 09:37 AM News

There are approximately 40 hydrogen refueling stations in Australia, and more are planned to be built in the near future, however very few offer public access to refuel with hydrogen, with almost all H2 refueling points dedicated to private vehicle fleets These stations are located mainly in large cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, with a few others spread across regional areas.

The Australian government has supported hydrogen fuel cell technology and has invested in the development of the industry. In 2019, the government launched a $13.4 million fund to support the construction of new hydrogen refueling stations and other infrastructure.

The Australian Government has supported the development of the hydrogen industry and, as part of its National Hydrogen Strategy, has set a goal of producing hydrogen fuel for less than A$2 per kilogram by 2030. This goal is to make hydrogen competitive with fossil fuels and accelerate the adoption of hydrogen technology in Australia. In addition, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has funded several hydrogen-related projects to reduce its production cost and increase its availability in Australia.

The price of hydrogen in Australia varies by location and supplier. On average, the cost of hydrogen would be around A$20 per kilogram.

Average Price of Hydrogen in Australia in

Average Price of Hydrogen in Australia in is



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Price list by Service Station in Australia

FyshwickNew South Wales-,--
Altona NorthVictoria-,--
SydneyNew South Wales-,--
PerthWestern Australia-,--
AdelaideSouth Australia-,--
Gold Coast-Tweed HeadsQueensland-,--
Newcastle-MaitlandNew South Wales-,--
Canberra-QueanbeyanNew South Wales-,--
Sunshine CoastQueensland-,--
Central CoastNew South Wales-,--
WollongongNew South Wales-,--
DarwinNorthern Territory-,--
Albury-WodongaNew South Wales-,--

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