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ANZ Hydrogen Handbook – AH2

Hydrogen is emerging as an alternative low-emissions fuel source in the transition to net-zero by 2050 across the global economy. With abundant wind and solar energy resources, Australia is well positioned to play a pivotal role in developing a hydrogen export market to Asia.

The ANZ Hydrogen Handbook is a useful research tool with up-to-date, insightful and practical information on this developing opportunity.

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Hydrogen highlights

  • Sustainability

    The ABCs of H2

    John Hirjee, Jessica Paterson & Sharon Klyne Executive Director - REI; Graduate; & Associate Director, Communications, ANZ Institutional

    The commercialisation of hydrogen gives Australia a unique opportunity to develop a new export commodity to help in the rapid decarbonisation of the global economy.

    2022-02-10 00:00
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    What’s holding Asia’s energy transition back?

    Sharon Klyne Associate Director, Communications, ANZ Institutional

    The capital to invest in the Asia’s renewable energy sector exists but development continues to be stymied by insufficient bankable projects, experts agree.

    2020-12-11 00:00
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    H to Go: fuelling a more sustainable future

    John Hirjee Executive Director Corporate Finance Institutional, ANZ

    Australia is uniquely poised to lead the emerging market for hydrogen – energy from the world’s most abundant chemical element.

    2020-11-26 00:00
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    Hydrogen - the fuel of the future?

    Satoshi Okazaki & Andrew Cornell Head of Corporate Banking ANZ Japan & Managing Editor of bluenotes

    Hydrogen - along with oxygen, a constituent of water - is also a fuel of the future. And potentially a climate change saviour.

    2020-05-19 00:00

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