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Angus Taylor moves to allow renewable energy agency to fund carbon capture and hydrogen – The Guardian

The Greens will try to have the changes thrown out, saying they could be a breach of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency Act



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The energy and emissions reduction minister, Angus Taylor, has moved to expand the mandate of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (Arena) to allow it to fund carbon capture and storage projects and clean hydrogen that can be produced from fossil fuels.
In regulations, published Tuesday, the government added its technology roadmap to the list of initiatives Arena could finance.
The roadmap includes carbon capture and storage (CCS) as well as so-called clean hydrogen, which can be hydrogen produced…

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