To further accelerate new renewable energy investment, the Northern Territory Energy Innovation Network has been launched. The network will form part of the larger Territory Innovation Ecosystem, which includes the NT Drones Network and Women’s Innovation Network NT.
The network aims to identify opportunities that benefit the Territory, provide input into government policy and support the emergency of new industries including hydrogen and solar.
Thank you to the Honourable Minister Paul Kirby MLA, Minister for Small Business for your keynote speech at the launch of both the Energy Innovation Network, as well as the inaugural Northern Territory Innovation Games. Sponsored by Industry Skills Advisory Council NT – ISACNT, Darwin Innovation Hub, NERA – National Energy Resources Australia and the Northern Territory Government, and run by Paddl Co. the Innovation Games will explore renewable energy solutions for small businesses.
The Territory Hydrogen Technology Cluster is on a mission to help the Northern Territory decarbonise, starting by assisting small business to understand how to profit by leveraging off clean energy. The Darwin Innovation Hub is leading the Cluster dedicated to the development of a Hydrogen industry in the Northern Territory. The Cluster is made up of qualified individuals from industry organisations with vested interests.