Australia

Overview

Angus Taylor

Minister for Energy
“Australia is pleased to support MI 2.0 as a valuable platform to drive down the cost of low emissions technologies The Australian Government will invest $20 billion to achieve ambitious goals that will bring the cost of clean hydrogen, green steel, energy storage and carbon capture to commercial parity. We expect this to leverage more than $80 billion in total public and private investment by 2030.”

Senior Representative

Ms. Jo Evans
Deputy Secretary
Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources


Role in Mission Innovation


News and events


MI Champions

MI Champions is a program for recognizing and supporting the next wave of energy technology leaders.
Meet Australia’s Champions!

Glen Platt (2019)

Anna Skarbek (2020)


Participation in MI’s first phase

Resources:

Clean Energy Innovation investment (MI 1.0)

Country-determined baseline year(s): 2015
Baseline funding amount: AUD $108 million (USD $80 million)
Doubling target year: 2020
Doubling target amount: AUD $208 million (USD $156 million)
Find out more about how Australia’s baseline and doubling are calculated

*Figures in the spending chart are based on USD exchange rates in 2020.

Australia’s MI baseline includes research and development, but not demonstration.