Australia’s Energy Future – Hydrogen

15 Sep 2020

ACBC Vic is proud to partner with CSIRO to bring you an insightful series on the flourishing Australia-China scientific relationship

Australia is set to become a world leader in hydrogen production and exports thanks to the release of the National Hydrogen Strategy, which includes a $370 million funding package to position Australia as a major global player in clean hydrogen by 2030.

This strategy reflects the global upswing in demand for hydrogen. Studies forecast that Australia is poised to become East Asia’s largest hydrogen exporter, exporting 42% of regional supply by 2040. Join this online seminar to better understand, learn and potentially incorporate successful strategies to capitalise on this opportunity for your organisation.

Hear from sector experts in research and industry on the opportunities in sustainable energy and resources.  You will also hear more about the joint initiatives between scientists from CSIRO and the Chinese Academy of Sciences regarding their work on hydrogen and developments in the Australian renewable energy sector.

This generation is living through a perfect storm of bushfires, pandemic, and recession. Never in our lifetime has our country – or the world – turned to scientists in the way we are now. Decisions we make now have the power to change the course of our future.

Join this online seminar to:

  • Gain an insight into the investment opportunities that this exciting new industry has to offer.
  • Take away a comprehensive review on what Australia is doing to advance the hydrogen sector nationally.
  • Hear from key players in Australia’s hydrogen sector and learn what they are doing to pivot for success.
  • Learn about collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Sciences regarding their work on hydrogen.

Our Speakers

  • Moderator – Matthew Schofield, ACBC Vic President & Partner, ShineWing Australia
  • Patrick Hartley, Leader CSIRO Hydrogen Industry Mission
  • Senior representative from industry sector (tbc)

Event Details

Date: Wednesday 30 September 2020

Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm AEST

Format: Zoom Webinar, Presentation, Q&A + Networking

Cost: Free for ACBC Members ($25 value) and $35 General Admission (+GST +Booking Fee)

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