UTAS wants input into future energy

THE Future Energy research group at the University of Tasmania is conducting a social research study on the renewable hydrogen industry in Tasmania and is organising an online focus group discussion.

THE Future Energy research group at the University of Tasmania is conducting a social research study on the renewable hydrogen industry in Tasmania and is organising an online focus group discussion. 

As residents may be aware, the Tasmanian government is investing $50 million to encourage the development of a renewable hydrogen industry in the state. The State Government has identified some potential sites for renewable hydrogen infrastructure such as the Brighton area, which is suitable for domestic hydrogen applications.

Your chance to take part in an online survey conducted by UTAS on the renewable hydrogen industry in Tasmania

While this is likely to create economic benefits for Tasmanians through local job creation and generate revenue for the state, the consumer perspective is not fully understood, and this is what the study intends to explore. 

The Future Energy research group at UTAS would like to invite you to participate in the online focus group session. 

To participate: you must be 18 years of age or older; you must have lived in Brighton for at least one year and you must be a Tasmanian residential energy customer and can either be a homeowner or person paying/sharing the rent for the property you currently live in. 

If you are eligible and interested in participating, please contact Vincent the researcher at: nnaemeka.emodi@utas.edu.au 

Residents will receive a $20 shopping voucher (Coles or Woolworths) as a token of appreciation for your time.

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