The development of a sustainable and mature hydrogen market between Australia and Korea has the potential to define the bilateral relationship over the next century.
The AKBC has been at the forefront of communicating the burgeoning possibilities of this partnership to its members and stakeholders across business and government.
Our latest contribution to the dialogue on hydrogen is our report, Mapping the Australia-Korea Hydrogen Intersections (Report), which is being led by our energy sub-committee comprising executives of member firms who are deeply engaged in the opportunities in hydrogen between Australia and Korea. Its objective is to map the key intersections of the Australia-Korea hydrogen relationship and define the areas of collaboration that can be seized in the short, medium and long term.
In early-2021, AKBC members and other interested parties provided their feedback to the draft report, which has informed this final report and provides the basis of the AKBC’s policy position on hydrogen, highlighting opportunities for the private and public sectors across our two countries.