Top environmental bureaucrats to depart; Offshore wind bill passed; New hydrogen pledge
- Top NSW and Tasmanian environment executives to depart
- Offshore wind licensing bill clears Senate
- WA offers $117.5m to help secure two hydrogen hubs
- Don't take hydrogen success for granted, warns WA Chamber of Minerals and Energy
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