Australia's Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel, has responded to an open letter from a group of Australian climate scientists as reported in the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on 25 August 2020.

Alan Finkel

"We truly are at the dawn of a new industry that can contribute to jobs, export income, energy storage, and, vitally, global emissions reduction."

Following the delivery of the National Hydrogen Strategy in November, Dr Finkel shared his winding journey from hydrogen sceptic to hydrogen supporter.

"For the anxious, progress towards a hydrogen future is too slow. But look back a few decades from now and history will record the hydrogen industry as an overnight success."

Following the release of the National Hydrogen Strategy, Dr Finkel looks at the history and future of hydrogen as a fuel - from the realm of science fiction to the stuff of today's science fact. The full article is below, and was first published in The Conversation on 25 November 2019.

“Imagine a zero-emissions fuel that exists on Earth in abundance, can be easily extracted using basic chemistry and offers jobs and investment in Australia f

Dr Finkel was interviewed by Politico during his recent visit to Europe.

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Dr Finkel was interviewed by Libbi Gorr on ABC Radio Melbourne on Sunday 26 August, talking about how Australia can become a leader in ethical artificial int

“Australia’s chief scientist Dr Alan Finkel has cautioned that companies and corporations cannot just be left to their own devices to come up with individual

Ahead of Dr Finkel’s delivery of the Samuel Alexander Lecture in August,