Green hydrogen could become cost competitive by 2030: WoodMac

GREEN hydrogen could compete with fossil fuel-based hydrogen in 2030 in Australia, according to a report by Wood Mackenzie, so long as renewable power prices reach US$30 per megawatt hour.

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Green hydrogen could become cost competitive by 2030: WoodMac

 
Currently, wind and solar power purchase agreement prices range from $53MWh to $153MWh in Australia, Germany and Japan.