About The Summit

Following the success of our first and second editions of Global Hydrogen Energy Summit in 2020 and 2021, Clariden Global is pleased to invite you to the 3rd Hydrogen Production, Storage And Infrastructure Development Global Summit to be held from 19 – 21 January 2022 virtually (via Zoom). 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 January 2022 in your calendar and book your seat now!

Why Join This Summit

8 Reasons To Join Us At The 3rd Hydrogen Production, Storage And Infrastructure Development Global Summit!

  1. Accelerate the deployment and commercialization of hydrogen production and storage technologies as a key solution on the pathway to net-zero carbon emissions
  2. Understand government incentives, financing schemes and policies supporting the rise of the hydrogen economy
  3. Get the latest updates on new hydrogen projects in the various successful organizations
  4. Discover an exciting showcase of innovative products and solutions for hydrogen production, storage and other infrastructure development
  5. Discuss real, major challenges for a newcomer to find a niche within the hydrogen sector of the future
  6. Gain familiarity with the latest hydrogen innovations, technological breakthroughs and advances, time to market and hydrogen commercialization
  7. Engage and learn from some of the industry’s most innovative minds and build valuable partnerships in striving the vision of net-zero emission by 2050
  8. Get your pressing questions answered in insightful, engaging and thought-provoking keynotes, discussions and networking sessions

The Summit At A Glance

Day 1: Wednesday, 19 January 2022 | Main Virtual Summit

  • Updates On Australia’s Latest Initiatives On Hydrogen Development
  • Insights On Australia’s Policies And Regulation Update On Hydrogen Commercialization
  • Discussion On Technological Solutions As Key Enabler To Hydrogen Production
  • Driving Australia’s Hydrogen With Its Hydrogen Certification Scheme
  • Case Studies From Various Green Hydrogen Projects And How It Produces Hydrogen For Industrial Usage

Day 2: Thursday, 20 January 2022 | Main Virtual Summit

  • Enabling Large-Scale Hydrogen Storage In Underground In Preparation For Australia To Be The Largest Hydrogen Exporter
  • Discussion On The Future Of Green Hydrogen Exporting Opportunity For Australia
  • Best Practices And Case Studies On Hydrogen Storage and Distributions From Various Organizations
  • Boosting Transport Sector With Renewable Green Hydrogen
  • Integrating Green Hydrogen for Mine Decarbonization
  • Developing Utility Scale Bankable Solar And Hydrogen Projects 

Day 3: Friday, 21 January 2022 | Post-Summit Virtual Site Tours

  • Site Tour A: ATCO’s Clean Energy Innovation Park (CEIP) – Australia’s First Commercial Scale Green Hydrogen Supply Chain
  • Site Tour B: IBE Liquid Hydrogen Project – Enable A Sustainable Green Hydrogen Future Using Water, Solar, And Wind Energy With No Carbon Debt

Past Participating Companies

  • ABB
  • Advisian
  • AGL Energy
  • Air Future Group
  • Air Liquide, Japan
  • Ampcontrol
  • Anglo American
  • ATCO Gas Australia
  • Aurecon
  • Ausnet Services
  • Australian Energy Market
  • Australian National University
  • Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
  • Australian Trade and Investment Commission
  • Balance Utility Solutions
  • Ballance Agri-Nutrients
  • Beca Australia
  • BP, Germany
  • Byron Shire Council
  • CDPQ Sydney
  • Central Coast Council
  • Chiyoda Corporation Oceana, Australia
  • City West Water
  • Clean Energy Council
  • CleanCo Queensland
  • CNF & Associates
  • Coal Innovation NSW
  • Commission (AEMC)
  • Contact Energy
  • CS Energy
  • CSIRO
  • Cummins South Pacific
  • Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
  • Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Victorian Government
  • DNV GL
  • Endeavour Petroleum
  • ENEA Consulting
  • Energetics
  • Energus
  • Energy Australia
  • Energy Safe Australia
  • Energy Safe Victoria
  • Enscope
  • Ernst & Young
  • European Energy
  • Flow Power
  • GG Inc
  • GLP Group
  • GNS Science
  • GPA Engineering
  • Green Guys Solar
  • GWMWater
  • Hanwha Energy Retail Australia
  • Hiringa Energy
  • Horizon Power
  • HYDAC International
  • Hydrogen Society of Australia
  • J-Power
  • KfW IPEX-Bank
  • Lendlease
  • Lochard Energy
  • LocoParentis
  • Macquarie Bank
  • Mascot Industrial
  • Monash University
  • Mortgage Leaders
  • NERA
  • New Energy
  • New Zealand Hydrogen Association
  • Norsk Hydro
  • Norton Rose Fullbright
  • NRG Gladstone Power Station
  • Oil & Gas Consulting Australia
  • Operatory (AEMO)
  • Origin Energy
  • Orion
  • Osaka Gas Australia
  • Port of Hastings Development Authority, Australia
  • Power Ledge
  • RAA
  • Reposit Power
  • Rest
  • RINA Consulting
  • Riverina Oils & Bio Energy
  • RMIT University
  • Russell James
  • Silverpond
  • Snowy Hydro
  • Southern Green Gas, Australia
  • Sumitomo Australia
  • Taranaki Instrument Services
  • Tasmanian Government
  • TechnipFMC
  • The CarbonNet Project
  • Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions
  • Tilt Renewables
  • United Energy
  • Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Australia
  • Water Corporation
  • Wellington UniVentures
  • Wood Australia
  • Woodside Energy
  • Worley Services
  • Yarra Valley Water
  • Yurika