About The Summit

Following the success of our first edition Global Hydrogen Energy Summit in 2020, Clariden Global is pleased to invite you to the 2nd Global Hydrogen Energy Summit 2021 to be held virtually via Zoom (Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST). This event has been carefully researched and crafted with the most desired and unparalleled insights on the emerging opportunities and trends in hydrogen. With global demand for hydrogen on the upswing, studies forecast that Australia is poised to become East Asia’s largest hydrogen exporter, exporting 42% of regional supply by 2040. Join the global gathering of energy leaders to better understand, incorporate and devise successful strategies to capitalize on this opportunity for your organization.

Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to meet and network with the thought leaders, industry leaders and regulators at the forefront of hydrogen energy!

Mark 19 – 21 April 2021 in your calendar and book your seat now!

Why Join This Summit

10 Reasons To Join Us At The 2nd Global Hydrogen Energy Summit 2021!

  1. Participate in the world’s pre-eminent summit dedicated to commercializing new opportunities arising from the advent of the hydrogen economy
  2. Understand government incentives, financing schemes and policies supporting the rise of the hydrogen economy
  3. Learn from the successful strategies of international hydrogen exemplars from Japan, China, Europe and Asia, and beat the hydrogen learning curve
  4. Get the latest updates on new hydrogen projects in the various states and cities of Asia Pacific, Europe, South Africa and the Middle East
  5. Discover an exciting showcase of innovative products and solutions for hydrogen generation, storage and transportation and for fuel cells/FCEVs
  6. Rethink and rebuild current energy & gas infrastructure to blend with and adapt to the entry of hydrogen technologies
  7. Enjoy unrivalled networking opportunities to meet key decision makers and experts in the global & ANZ hydrogen economy
  8. Develop long-term relationships with potential hydrogen producers and project developers
  9. Discuss real, major challenges for a newcomer to find a niche within the hydrogen sector of the future
  10. Gain familiarity with the latest H2 innovations, technological breakthroughs and advances, time to market and H2 commercialization

The Summit At A Glance

DAY 1: 19 APRIL 2021 – MAIN SUMMIT (VIRTUAL)

  • Western Australia’s Renewable Hydrogen Strategy: The Development Of A Local Green Hydrogen Economy
  • Hydrogen And Fuel Cell Solutions For Transportation
  • Fuel Cells And Their Role In The Stationary, Rail And Maritime Sectors
  • Hydrogen Battery Breakthrough Offers Mass Hydrogen Storage Options For Zero Future Emissions
  • Transporting The Fuel Of The Future With Pure Hydrogen Extracted From Ammonia
  • Safety Considerations For Hydrogen And Fuel Cell Application

DAY 2: 20 APRIL 2021 – MAIN SUMMIT (VIRTUAL)

  • How Tasmanian State Government Plans To Facilitate Opportunities For The Production And Use Of Renewable Hydrogen
  • How ThyssenKrupp Produced The World’s First Hydrogen Steel By Eliminating Coal
  • Driving Commercial-scale Deployment Of Renewable Hydrogen For Australia
  • The Hazer Process: Low Emissions Hydrogen And Graphite Production
  • Commercializing Solid Oxide Electrolysis (SOE) Technology To Produce Cost-Effective Green Hydrogen

DAY 3: 21 APRIL 2021 – POST-SUMMIT WORKSHOPS (VIRTUAL)

  • Workshop A: Hydrogen Safety Training
  • Workshop B: Hydrogen – Production, Delivery, Storage, And Use

Companies Expected At The Summit

  • ActewAGL
  • AGL
  • Air Liquide
  • Alinta Energy
  • Arrow Energy
  • ARUP
  • ATCO
  • Aurora Energy
  • Ausgrid
  • Ausnet Services
  • Australian Gas Light Company
  • Baaka Energy
  • BHP
  • Chiyoda
  • Click Energy
  • Cougar Energy
  • Country Energy
  • CS Energy
  • CSIRO
  • Delta Electricity
  • Ecogen Energy
  • Energy Safe Victoria
  • EnergyAustralia
  • Engie
  • Eraring Energy
  • Ergon Energy
  • ERM Power
  • ExxonMobil
  • Fortescue Metals Corp
  • Frementle Gas and Coke
  • Green Rock Energy
  • Hazer
  • Horizon Power
  • Hydro Tasmania
  • Hyundai
  • Integral Energy
  • ITM Power
  • Jackgreen
  • Jemena Gas
  • Kawasaki Heavy Industries
  • Linde
  • Lumo Energy
  • Macquarie Generation
  • NEMMCO
  • Neoen
  • Nissan
  • Noen
  • Northern Oil
  • Optimal
  • Origin Energy
  • Osaka Engineering
  • Pacific Power
  • Power and Water Corporation
  • Prospect Electricity
  • SA Energy Networks
  • Shell
  • Simply Energy
  • Snowy Hydro
  • Solar Systems
  • Stanwell Corporation
  • Sunrise Power
  • Synergy
  • Tarong Energy
  • Toyota
  • Verve Energy
  • Western Power
  • Woodside
  • Yarra