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Australia is at a crossroads in the global hydrogen race – and one path looks risky

By Thomas Longden, Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Fiona J Beck, Senior research fellow, Australian National University
Frank Jotzo, Director, Centre for Climate and Energy Policy, Australian National University
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If Australia pushes ahead with producing fossil fuels, we may lock in a new high-emissions energy system, or one that's uncompetitive. Clearly, green hydrogen is the best way forward.

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