June 19, 2020
Time 11:00 AM to 05:50 PM (UTC +10:00), AEST

Positioning Hydrogen 2020: Opportunities and Challenges

Join us from anywhere in the world, wherever you feel comfortable.
What you need : A laptop, desktop computer, tablet or mobile phone.

Our Speakers

The Hon. Guy Barnett MP
The Hon. Guy Barnett MP
Minister for Primary Industries and Water, Energy, Veteran's Affairs, Tasmanian Government
The Hon.Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP
The Hon.Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP
Minister for Energy and Mining, South Australian Government
Paul Hodgson
Paul Hodgson
General Manager, National Energy Resources Australia
Nicky Ison
Nicky Ison
Energy Transition Manager
WWF
Diane Hinson
Diane Hinson
Founder and CEO
Viridius Energy
Craig Knight
Craig Knight
Co-Founder, Horizon Fuel Cell Group and Hyzon Motors Inc.
Craig Ehrke
Craig Ehrke
Chief Executive Officer
Skai Energies Pty Ltd
Toby Roxburgh
Toby Roxburgh
Managing Director
Electromotiv
Luigi Bonadio
Luigi Bonadio
Director, Luigi Bonadio & Associates
Ani Kulkarni
Ani Kulkarni
Senior Scientist
CSIRO
Jill Stajduhar
Jill Stajduhar
Co-founder and Director
Wayfarer Connect Pty Ltd
Sarbjit Giddey
Sarbjit Giddey
Principal Research Scientist
CSIRO
Peter Kasprzak
Peter Kasprzak
President, Hydrogen Society of Australia
Karan Bagga
Karan Bagga
Chief Engineer, ThyssenKrupp Green Hydrogen & Chemicals Technology
Nasir Mahmood
Nasir Mahmood
Vice-Chancellor Fellow
RMIT University
Emma Catherine Lovell
Emma Catherine Lovell
Lecturer, University of New South Wales
Sally Torgoman
Sally Torgoman
Managing Director – Energy
PwC
Hydrogen Energy

About the Meeting

Considering the COVID-19’s isolation protocols and quarantine circumstances, Energy Oceania is glad to launch the Renewable’s Innovation Series by building a unique online platform for the global renewable energy community to interact during this unprecedented times

Energy Oceania presents its first virtual meeting on hydrogen energy as a part of our Renewable’s Innovation Series to address the key challenges and emerging opportunities for Australia to become a global hydrogen energy superpower.

With the global demand for hydrogen on the upswing, Australia has a golden opportunity to be a major player in exporting hydrogen to other countries which could contribute up to $1.7 billion per annum to the economy and provide almost 2,800 jobs by 2030.

Join us for a half day program to explore current and future status of the Australian Hydrogen Energy Sector through the topics of discussion below:

  • Innovative green hydrogen energy technologies and applications
  • Hydrogen energy storage case studies and industry development
  • An outlook on Australian hydrogen energy market trends and future forecast
  • Australia hydrogen energy strategies, policies, and roadmaps for 2030
  • What are the challenges and opportunities in positioning Australia a global hydrogen energy superpower?
  • Financing and investment issues in fueling new hydrogen projects and what needs to be done?

Who should join and Why?

We invite everyone who has keen interest in knowing the trends relevant to hydrogen energy, working or investing in the renewable hydrogen sector can join us and below are the benefits that we provide to our attendees

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Seven hours of inclusive learning about all the major aspects of Hydrogen Energy.

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