The development of a hydrogen industry is critical for the ongoing development of the Tasmanian economy and represents a unique pathway to economic and community prosperity.
It will be important as the industry progresses to its early stages that the community is kept well-informed and able to seek answers to questions in a timely manner.
As the first projects meet their early stage investment decisions, BBAMZ along with the Tasmanian Government, hydrogen and ammonia proponents will engage with the community on a variety of levels within the community itself.
This will be through face-to-face sessions, drop-in facilities, web site information and other means.
The Bell Bay Advanced Manufacturing Zone is conducting a series of community meetings in coming weeks in the George Town and West Tamar municipalities about the hydrogen industry at Bell Bay.
These are small community meetings to outline what the hydrogen industry is and what it might mean for the region and to answer questions from the community.
The dates and venues are:
George Town: Wednesday October 20 and Thursday October 21 in the Macquarie Room at the Memorial Hall 6:30pm to 8pm
Hillwood: Tuesday October 26 at the Hillwood Hall 6:30pm to 8pm
Beaconsfield: Wednesday November 3 in the Beaconsfield Hall 6:30pm to 8pm
Exeter: Friday November 5 at the Exeter Community Hub 6:30pm to 8pm
Weymouth: Saturday November 20 at the Weymouth Hall at 10:30am to 12pm.
These are COVID safe events and it is essential to RSVP your attendance to email@example.com or by calling Neil Grose on 0490 021 335