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Hydrogen Energy Webinar Series – Session 1: Driving Australia’s transition
July 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:45 pm UTC+10
The H2AUS: Online Forum Series aims to provide a platform to discuss the development and potential for a new industry in hydrogen, building on Australia’s geographical advantages, export capabilities and strong relationships with key local and international energy markets, as well as creating a platform to view and share best practice techniques from around the world.
We invite you to register today for one or all sessions of this online event. If you can’t make a session, we encourage you to register as normal and receive access to the recording after the live event.
Session 1 (19 July): Driving Australia’s transition
- Driving Australia’s transition – The road thus far
Mike Haywood, Chair H2Aus 2022
– How did we get to where we are today?
– What are the current issues?
– What do we need to progress industry development?
- An EU Certified, Carbon Negative Leader in Next Generation, Waste to Hydrogen (W2H2) technologies
Lady Jennifer Wentzki, BlueGas Technologies
Concord Blue’s industry leading, thermolysis-based, patented waste to energy (W2E) technology can transform nearly any form of waste into a variety of renewable fuels, including Syngas and Hydrogen 5.0, with virtually no pollutants. The key elements for Australian projects will be designed and manufactured in Melbourne by Australian companies.
- Opportunities for low cost, distributed, green hydrogen production from wastes
Dr Greg Perkins, Wildfire Energy
This paper will summarise opportunities for producing low cost, green hydrogen from wastes using circular economy principles. The talk will provide a summary of pilot plant and commercial plant design, operations, emissions and economics of the MIHG technology which Wildfire Energy is specifically developing for distributed waste to energy applications.
- Session 2 (2 Aug): The ‘How To’
- Session 3 (9 Aug): Infrastructure
- Session 4 (16 Aug): Hydrogen in a Circular Economy
- Session 5 (23 Aug): Case Studies