Inaugural HYDROGEN 2020 Event Announced
Hydrogen 2020 will outline the key opportunities for Australia to become a renewable hydrogen superpower.
The conference and exhibition will feature companies who are leading hydrogen development in Australia.
With the conference program attracting world-class hydrogen experts, including thought-leaders, entrepreneurs and leading academics, Hydrogen 2020 Conference is set to be most efficient and effective opportunity to meet with the renewables industry, to make business contacts and to talk with decision makers.
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The inaugural Hydrogen 2020 Conference will be free to attend and co-located with the 2-day Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition – spanning 9,000 sqm and attracting over 5,000 delegates.
The International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour, Sydney is the ideal place for Hydrogen Australia to hold this world-class Hydrogen event.
WHO WILL ATTEND?
- Australian and International thought-leaders
- Financiers and Investors
- Project and Asset Managers
- Local Government
HYDROGEN 2020 CONFERENCE PROGRAM
With a pipeline of over 16GW dedicated to hydrogen production and a diverse variety of projects across the supply chain, now is the time to discover the potential for renewable hydrogen in Australia.
The Hydrogen 2020 Conference will showcase the companies leading development of the Australian hydrogen industry and will demonstrate how Australia can become a Renewable Hydrogen Superpower.
Hear from industry representatives, leading academics, and others at the Hydrogen 2020 conference.
Program topics include:
Hydrogen: The zero-carbon fuel
An outline of hydrogen, its derivatives, and their applications
Learn about the tremendous economic opportunity that renewable hydrogen offers alongside the potential for cross-sector decarbonisation. A versatile form of energy, hydrogen can be used as a fuel, as a way to store energy, or as a way to generate energy. Further, hydrogen can be produced for a multitude of other end-uses in the agricultural and chemicals sectors to aid decarbonisation of the entire economy.
Hydrogen Market Update
Global and local market trends and forecasts
The cost of generating renewable energy has seen a significant reduction in cost over the last few years, what effect will this have on the hydrogen industry, and will we see a similar trend in renewable hydrogen? Discover what the rapidly declining costs for hydrogen technologies and renewables means, and learn about the current global and local market trends and forecasts in the hydrogen industry.
The state of the technology internationally, opportunities, challenges and breakthroughs
Recent advancements in technology have seen hydrogen used to generate electricity, used to power trucks and trains, and even used in industrial processes like cement or steel-making. Find out about the latest technologies at home and overseas, and what it might mean for the industry.
Australia – A Renewable Hydrogen Superpower
A vision to position Australia as a global renewable hydrogen exporting superpower
Australian businesses and governments are already taking steps to turn Australia into a renewable hydrogen superpower. With some of the best renewables resources in the world, a thriving industry, and access to significant international markets, Australia is exceptionally well placed to capitalise on the next major commodity – renewable energy for export. Learn what the National Hydrogen Strategy means for the industry, and hear about the major projects going ahead in Australia.