South Australia believes it can deliver renewable hydrogen to our trading partners to meet their ambitious plans. We are working with the Commonwealth and all State and Territory Governments to implement Australia's National Hydrogen Strategy.

National Hydrogen Strategy

Australia’s National Hydrogen Strategy was released in November 2019 and sets a vision for a clean, innovative, safe and competitive hydrogen industry that benefits all Australians. It aims to position our industry as a major player by 2030.

South Australia has contributed to the development of a National Hydrogen Strategy with representatives across all work streams, and leading a kick-start project on blending up to 10 per cent hydrogen with natural gas in domestic gas networks.

South Australia’s Hydrogen Action Plan will be the primary mechanism through which South Australia contributes to the implementation of the National Hydrogen Strategy, with a focus on being a supplier-of-choice for certified renewable hydrogen.

Australian Government hydrogen reports

Hydrogen for Australia’s Future (August 2018)

The Hydrogen Strategy Group led by Dr Alan Finkel AO, Chief Scientist, released its briefing paper, Hydrogen for Australia's Future, to the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Energy Council Ministers on Hydrogen for Australia’s Future. The briefing paper discussed the scope of Australia’s hydrogen potential and framed the discussion for a national strategy.

CSIRO National Hydrogen Roadmap (August 2018)

The primary objective of the CSIRO National Hydrogen Roadmap was to provide a blueprint for the development of a hydrogen industry in Australia. With several activities already underway, it was designed to help inform the next series of investment amongst various stakeholder groups so that the industry can continue to scale in a coordinated manner.

Opportunities for Australia from Hydrogen Exports (August 2018)

Prepared for ARENA by ACIL Allen Consulting, the Opportunities for Australia from Hydrogen Exports report identified opportunities for Australia to export hydrogen to help meet the potential future global demand. Four countries – Japan, China, the Republic of Korea, and Singapore – were identified as prospective markets for Australian hydrogen by 2025.