Many in the clean energy sector are already looking far ahead. The future will see such an excess of wind and sun generation that it will be cheap to use it to divided hydrogen from water and spread the clean energy source to the world.
The government of South Australia has stated there will be no time like the current and committed itself to a Hydrogen Action Plan which will be released in late September.
More than half of the state’s energy is produced through renewable sources, new technologies such as hydrogen will help South Australia to become a net 100% renewable energy generator during the decade of 2030s.
Australia will be the next multi-billion transfer prospect, and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency evaluations state hydrogen exports could contribute $1.7 billion and 2,800 jobs to the national economy by 2030.
Technologies such as hydrogen will help South Australia to become a net 100% renewable energy producer during the 2030s.