Key talking points:
- NSW has two deep seaports, an abundance of renewable energy and a great opportunity to lead the nation when it comes to capital investment and job creation in the sector.
- Perrottet hopes his government would have $270 billion invested into the burgeoning industry as the world pushes for decarbonisation.
- The Premier said his government is striving to reduce the cost of production to $2.80 per kilo by 2030.
- NSW Treasurer, Matt Kean, said the State, along with Victoria, would spend up to $20 million on hydrogen refuelling stations along the Hume Highway, the east coast’s busiest freight route, in a bid to drive down carbon emissions.