I shared these regarding the Australian dimension and thought the community may be interested in potential synergies here.
Vessel costs are significant expensive and, from a developer point of view in combining the two countries may make sense as we move forwards.
New Zealand came to prominence around three years ago with this document which set out the aspirations, but things have moved on especially in more recent months where people who follow the tectonics may have noticed that large utilities in are engaged.
Progress on the Taranaki roadmap, alongside the interim hydrogen roadmap and a series of underpinning documentation a necessary to put things into practice.
We see from the high-level appraisals of the resource, particularly regarding floating windows there. And if you combine it with the Australian dimension is certainly a large price for the sector to go at, especially given pushback elsewhere,
The maps tell part of the story. If you want to stay informed, feel free to join me to the curated experts’ forum: Hydrogen New Zealand. Looking forwards to welcoming you there?