Agenda

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09:00 Welcoming Speech, Opening Remarks & Thank You Sponsor Speech by Conference Producer
Developing A National Hydrogen Blueprint And Global Outlook
09:15 Australia’s National Hydrogen Blueprint

National Keynote: How Hydrogen Could Be Fueling Australia’s Next Export Boom And Latest Progress On Australia’s National Hydrogen Economy

Senior Representative
Australia Government
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09:45 International Insights Into Japan, Korea’s Push For Ambitions Hydrogen Economy And Asia’s Longer-Term Demand For Hydrogen
  • Status of H2 Mobility deployments in Japan, Korea and China
  • Outlook over next decade in these 3 countries
  • Key requirements for H2 supply chains to enable market scale up
Erwin-Penfornis-rounded Erwin Penfornis
VP, H2 Energy Asia-Pacific
Air Liquide, Japan
Air Liquide
10:15
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
10:30 Chiyoda’s Hydrogen Experience In Brunei And Exporting To Japan: System And Method For The Global Hydrogen Supply Chain
  • World’s first Global Supply Chain of Hydrogen
  • Export as liquid at an ambient temperature and pressure
  • Able to utilize existing infrastructure
Andrew-Tan-rounded Andrew Tan
President & CEO
Chiyoda Corporation Oceana, Australia
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11:00 Interactive Global Investment, Projects Updates & Roundtable Discussion
  • Hydrogen Initiatives from ARENA
    • Unlocking ARENA Financing for Hydrogen Projects and Activities
    • Commercialising Hydrogen Opportunities
    • ARENA’s latest investments/projects
Matt-Walden-rounded Matt Walden
Director, Business Development & Transactions
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
ARENA
  • Investment Policy Updates From Victoria
    • Green Hydrogen in Victoria and in particular the Victorian Hydrogen    Investment Program (VHIP)
Vanya-Kumar-rounded Vanya Kumar
Executive Director, Commercial and Investment Attraction, Energy Group
Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Australia
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  • COAG Hydrogen Initiatives
  • Investment Policy Updates From Queensland
  • Investment Policy Updates From South Australia
  • Investment Policy Updates From NSW
  • Investment Policy Updates From Western Australia
  • Investment Policy Update From Act
  • Investment Policy Update From Tasmania
  • Investment Policy Update From Northern Territory
  • Hydrogen Development Opportunities In Singapore, Southeast Asia & India
  • Hydrogen Development Opportunities In South Africa And The Middle East
  • Hydrogen Development Opportunities In North America
12:00 Advances In Japan’s Hydrogen Economy: Working Toward Making The “Only One” For The Coming Hydrogen Society. Implications & Lessons For Global Hydrogen Developments
12:30 Lunch & Networking
Commercializing Hydrogen Opportunities & New Project Updates
13:30 Commercializing Brown Coal

Case Study: World’s First Coal To Hydrogen Energy At Latrobe Valley

 
The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) is a world-first project to safely and efficiently produce and ship clean hydrogen from the Latrobe Valley, Victoria to Japan. Case Study with AGL. Construction has begun on liquefaction facilities linked to the HESC project at Port Hastings in Victoria, which will look at the feasibility of turning brown coal from the Latrobe Valley into hydrogen, which would then be liquefied and exported to Japan. The project has the potential to create $2 billion in exports for Australia. Both the Australian and Victorian Governments have committed $50 million each to the $500 million project, which is also supported by the Japanese Government and Japanese industry. Brown coal from Australia key to achieving Japan’s 2030 clean hydrogen energy supply chain target.
14:00 Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain

Breaking New Ground For An Australian Hydrogen Future: Learning Lessons In Building Australia’s First Hydrogen Export Terminal

  • Developing global liquefied hydrogen supply chains by 2030
  • Shipping hydrogen from Port Hastings to Japan
  • The advent of LH2 ships
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Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Japan
 14:30 Australia’s Hydrogen Superhub

Australia’s First Hydrogen Superhub: World’s Largest Co-Located Wind, Solar, Battery And Hydrogen Facility

15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
15:30 Injecting Hydrogen To Power Australian Homes

Australia’s First Homes To Be Powered By Hydrogen: Hydrogen Park South Richard

Unlocking Financing Strategy To Raise Investments Into Hydrogen
 16:00 Panel on Financing & H2 Infrastructure Development

Hydrogen Financing Panel: Where Will The Money Come From To Fuel Hydrogen Growth And Build The Hydrogen Infrastructure – Perspectives From Government, Investors, H2 Energy Leaders, H2 Export Terminals & Banks

  • Developing Suitable Regulatory Systems, Codes And Standards To Support The Adoption Of Hydrogen In Australia
Nick-Smith-rounded Nick Smith
Director, Energy Programs and Services
Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
South Australia Dept. of Mining
  • Development & Provision Of Port Berth Infrastructure That Has The Capacity To Accommodate Future Hydrogen Vessels And Loading Infrastructure Hydrogen Exporters May Require
Malcolm-Geier-rounded Malcolm Geier
Chief Executive Officer
Port of Hastings Development Authority, Australia
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  • International Hydrogen Investment Opportunities In The Australian Market
David-Grabau-rounded David Grabau
Senior Investment Specialist in Resources & Energy
Australian Trade and Investment Commission
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  • Regulatory Barriers And Impact Of Government Incentives In Unlocking Hydrogen Demonstration Projects. What Is The Real Cost Of Renewable Energy And Capital $/Kw Requirement For Hydrogen To Be Commercial? Implementing FCEV Specific Incentives – Direct Subsidies, Rebates, Registration
Vanya-Kumar-rounded Vanya Kumar
Executive Director, Commercial and Investment Attraction, Energy Group
Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Australia
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16:30 Hydrogen Economic Production Cost

When Will Australia’s Hydrogen Production Costs Be Competitive Enough For Sustainable Export? Insights Into Current And Future Cost Curve Of Hydrogen Electrolysis And Production

  • What are the primary drivers for the cost of Renewable Hydrogen production and their outlook?
  • What is the technology outlook to support the emerging large scale low cost hydrogen projects?
  • What is the role of increasingly larger scale hydrogen projects to accelerate Gigawatt scale hydrogen and Power-to-X development?
16:35 Closing Remarks by Conference Chairman
16:40 Champagne Networking Session
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Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.
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09:00 Welcoming Speech, Opening Remarks & Thank You Sponsor Speech by Conference Producer
09:15 Keynote Address: New South Wales’s Hydrogen Plan And Projects Moving Forward
Angus-Taylor-rounded Hon. Angus Taylor MP
Minister for Energy
Australian Government, NSW
(invited)
09:45 South Australian Update On Hydrogen:  How Hydrogen Can Support South Australia’s Clean Energy Transition
  • Update on SA’s clean energy transition
  • Overview of SA’s Hydrogen Action Plan
  • South Australia’s Hydrogen Export Modelling Study and Tool
Richard-Day-rounded Richard Day
Director, Low Carbon Industry Development
Department for Energy and Mining, Government of South Australia
South Australia Dept. of Mining
10:15
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
10:30 Hydrogen Infrastructure

Case Study: How To Cover The Entire Value Chain From Hydrogen Production Technologies To Manufacturing Of Hydrogen Fueling Stations, Providing All Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles With The Same Fast Fueling And Long Range As Conventional Vehicles Today

  • Looking at price trends of electrolysers, fuel cells, FCEV
  • Costing hydrogen infrastructure/H2 stations
  • Costing fuel cell stacks and key components
  • Exploring the commercial potential of a hydrogen industry
11:00 Interactive Technology, Equipment, Future Skills & H2 Usage And Applications Roundtable Discussion (Sponsorship Opportunities Available)
  • Hydrogen And Applications In The Mines. H2 Mining Applications As Means To Accelerate The Adoption Of Fuel Cells And Hydrogen. Integrating Hydrogen Into Mining Power Systems. Anglo-American’s Initiative In Developing The Next Generation Hydrogen-Powered Mining Vehicles.
Mark-Feed-rounded Mark Freed
Head of Market Development
Anglo American, United Kingdom
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  • Attracting The Next Generation To Deliver A Hydrogen World: The Need For A Highly Skilled Human Workforce To Deliver Our Hydrogen Future. What Are The Workforce Skills And Expertise Required – What Is The Reality?
Ross-OBrien-rounded Ross O’Brien
Chartered Engineer & Aspiring Energy Young Leader
BP, Germany
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  • How Will Hydrogen Be Delivered, Stored And Handled On Site? Smart Just-In-Time Production Of Hydrogen. Design Of Hydrogen Storage Cylinders, Composite Cylinders And Systems.
  • Safe Design Of H2 Fuelling Stations. Hydrogen Infrastructure Standards. Formation Of The Australian Refuelling Consortium
  • Introducing Hydrogen Into Natural Gas Pipelines. Hydrogen Blending. Pipeline Purging. Use Of MCH Centrifugal Compressors In Hydrogen Storage Options
  • Switching From Natural Gas To Hydrogen/Biogas Blend: How A Hydrogen Microturbine Works
  • Pathways For Power-To-Liquid Fuels And Chemicals
  • DME (Dimethyl Ether) For Hydrogen Transport
  • Alkaline Electrolysis Cells (AEC) Vs Polymer Electrolyte Membranes (PEMEC)
  • Commercialisation Of Hydrogen Energy Systems Using Rapid Response PEM Electrolysers
  • Hydrogen Boilers
  • Safety In Hydrogen Infrastructure. P2H & H2P Safety Challenges. Safety On-Board Storage And In Grid Scale Storage. H2 Solid-Storage Materials.
  • Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC) As A Safe Option For Hydrogen Storage And Transportation
  • Fuel Cell Combined Heat And Power (CHP) Systems
  • H2 Fuel Cell Plug-In To Overcome Market Barriers
  • Artificial Intelligence And Autonomous Technology In New FCEV Rollouts
  • Advances In Fuel Cell Stacks And Components Technology
  • Cobalt And Tungsten As The Key To Cheaper, Cleaner Hydrogen
  • Platinum-Lined Fuel Cell Technology Developments
  • Magnetism: The Unexpected Push For The Hydrogen Economy
  • Integrating Hydrogen Into The NEM
  • How Can Existing Coal, Oil & Gas And Utilities/Renewables Players Plug Into The Hydrogen Ecosystem?
  • Enabling Practical Hydrogen Energy Value Chains: Partnering For Impact And Scale
David-Harris-rounded Dr. David Harris
Director Low Emissions Technology & QCAT Site Leader Energy
CSIRO, Australia
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Learning Lessons On Injecting Hydrogen Into National and Microgrids
12:00 Hydrogen in Microgrid

ATCO: Australia’s First Hydrogen Microgrid Review & Understanding The Safety And Technical Challenges In Implementing Hydrogen In Microgrids

Australia’s gas distribution network will play a key role in the future energy mix, bringing natural gas and new ‘clean’ gas, including hydrogen, to customers playing a central role in reducing energy costs and carbon emissions and an ideal complement to intermittent renewable energy like wind and solar.

To further explore this concept ATCO is developing an industry leading Clean Energy Innovation Hub (CEIH) based at the company’s Jandakot Operations facility in Western Australia. The CEIH incorporates the production, storage and use of hydrogen, as well as the commercial application of clean energy in micro-grid systems.

The CEIH will integrate ‘green’ hydrogen created by water electrolysis – using solar energy to separate hydrogen molecules from water. The hydrogen will be captured and injected into a micro-grid system at the Jandakot facility.

12:30 Lunch & Networking
13:30 Hydrogen For The Maritime/Shipping Sector: Technical Facets Of Ongoing Projects In Norway In The Maritime Sector. What Are The Projects Developing Zero Emission High Speed Crafts, Ferries And Container Feeder Vessels?  
Capitalizing On Blue Hydrogen
14:00 Hydrogen Initiative Re-Imagined: From Gas To Liquids
Innovations In Hydrogen Production And Carbon Storage
 14:30 Innovations In Lowest Cost Green Hydrogen Production Technologies
What is the current state of green hydrogen technologies that use renewable energy? How widely are they being explored, researched and deployed? What are their readiness levels (TRLs), scalability, costs and future potential?
Daniel-Roberts-rounded Daniel Roberts
Leader, Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform  
CSIRO, Australia
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15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
15:30 Hydrogen from Ammonia (NH3) & Renewables

Renewable Methane As A Hydrogen Carrier

Renewable electricity’s share of global electricity markets is growing strongly, today worth US$40 billion per annum. Southern Green Gas is developing renewable methane which can be exported through existing gas infrastructure. This would allow users to generate on-demand renewable electricity using existing power stations. Southern Green Gas aims to be first to market.
Rohan-Gillespie-rounded Rohan Gillespie
Managing Director
Southern Green Gas, Australia
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International Hydrogen Initiatives And Breakthroughs
 16:00 Breakthrough Innovations

Case Study In China: Fuel Cell Zero-Emission Vehicles In China

The planned deployment of 300 fuel cell-powered buses in Foshan/Yunfu, China was first announced in 2015. The consortium made exceptional progress, including localization of Ballard-designed fuel cell systems, establishment of a fuel cell bus manufacturing facility, local procurement activities, development of systems integration capabilities, national permitting of a fuel cell bus platform, preparation for hydrogen refueling infrastructure and development of the China service team.
16:30 New Zealand Green Hydrogen Strategy

New Zealand’s Green Hydrogen Blueprint & Strategy

Balance Agri-Nutrients and Hiringa Energy have confirmed a joint development agreement for a $50m clean-tech project in Taranaki to produce green hydrogen using renewable energy. The project will be based at Ballance’s Kapuni ammonia-urea plant and is seen as a catalyst for the development of a sustainable green hydrogen market in New Zealand to fuel heavy transport. The renewable hydrogen hub will consist of both renewable energy and hydrogen production. The project brings together hydrogen technology and the specialist technical capabilities in the region to leverage existing infrastructure for the benefit of New Zealand. What are the other New Zealand hydrogen projects in the pipeline?
Linda-Wright-rounded Dr Linda Wright
Chief Executive Officer
New Zealand Hydrogen Association
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17:00 Closing Remarks by Conference Chairman

 

TIME AGENDA
Morning Site Tour A: Woodside and Monash University Low-Carbon Innovation Center Site Tour

Site Tour A

In this site tour, the delegates will visit the Woodside Energy and Monash University state-of-the-art ‘living laboratory’ and long-term research partnership to support Australia’s low-carbon energy transition. As part of Monash’s partnership with Woodside Energy, a new landmark building – Woodside Building for Technology and Design – was created where students and researchers can embrace innovation, design and cutting-edge technology to develop new solutions in sustainable energy technology. The Woodside Building for Technology and Design will be one of the most efficient and innovative teaching buildings of its type in the world, using solar as one of its energy sources. Construction of this landmark building has already begun, with works due to complete in 2020. The five-storey building will continue to drive Monash’s commitment to Education Innovation. Together with Woodside Energy, Monash University will explore new energy possibilities to solve tomorrow’s questions for the good of current and future generations. Housing more than 30 learning spaces, including an interactive tiered collaborative space accommodating 360 people embracing innovation, design and cutting-edge technology.

Afternoon Site Tour B: Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technological Innovations Showcase & Updates At The Center For Hybrid Energy Systems
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In this site tour, delegates will have a glimpse of the state-of-the-art facility of the new Centre for Hybrid Energy Systems (CHES) launched by CSIRO in Clayton, Victoria, showcasing the substantial expertise and capability of integrating energy storage, renewable energy, hydrogen, fuel cell technologies, fuel processing, systems design, and construction. CHES is a collaboration hub for researchers and industry in the hybrid energy space. CHES works with industry to identify emerging energy conversion, generation, and storage technologies to meet specific end-user power requirements. This collaborative space is used to share the benefits of emerging hybrid energy systems with Australian industry partners and government bodies to maximize the value of local energy sources. In CHES, CSRIO acts as a trusted advisor for the industry for the safe adoption of new hybrid energy technologies. They can test and certify energy storage batteries, electrolysers for hydrogen generation, and fuel cells to national and international standards. They can also develop hybrid energy systems under renewable energy and end-use load profiles, and showcase CSIRO-developed technologies that may be of interest to industry partners.
Space In Each Site Tour Is Limited, Registrations Will Be Available On First Come, First Reserved Basis