Summit Highlights

Key Themes Of The Summit

12 Key Themes That Are Powerfully Relevant To Your Organization:

  1. How ThyssenKrupp Produced The World’s First Hydrogen Steel By Eliminating Coal
  2. Low Emissions Hydrogen And Graphite Production With The Hazer Process
  3. Safety Considerations For Hydrogen And Fuel Cell Applications
  4. Western Australia’s Renewable Hydrogen Strategy: The Development Of A Local Green Hydrogen Economy
  5. Transporting The Fuel Of The Future With Pure Hydrogen Extracted From Ammonia
  6. How Investment Strategies Can Help Accelerate Hydrogen Developments
  7. How BOC Plans To Progress The Commercialization Of Hydrogen For Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles In Queensland
  8. Fueling The Future Of Mobility: Hydrogen And Fuel Cell Solutions For Transportation
  9. How Cost-Effective Green Hydrogen Is Produced With Solid Oxide Electrolysis (SOE) Technology
  10. The Export Opportunity For Australia’s Hydrogen Future
  11. The Roles Of Fuel Cells In The Stationary, Automotive, Rail And Maritime Sectors
  12. Driving Commercial-Scale Deployment Of Renewable Hydrogen For Australia

Hot Topics To Be Discussed

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: Scaling Up Hydrogen Mobility
  • Workshop B: What Got Us Here Will Get Us There: Transitioning From Fossil Fuels To Hydrogen

Exclusive Post-summit Workshops (Virtual)

Site Tour A (new)

Workshop A: Scaling Up Hydrogen Mobility

  • Building scale across applications
  • Review of hydrogen fueling costs
  • Outline of fuel cell cost reductions
  • TCO of buses
  • Key aspects of mass commercialization

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Workshop B: What Got Us Here Will Get Us There: Transitioning From Fossil Fuels To Hydrogen

As momentum picks up in the hydrogen economy, transitioning from the traditional oil and gas business to new frontiers of energy sources becomes more and more imminent. The hydrogen economy is challenging due to the different needs and aspirations of government and private sector stakeholders as well as geographic locations, project delivery risks, operational complexities and limited technology advances. Therefore enabling the successful realization of projects in the energy transition requires an innovative combination of existing practices and creative engineering designs that will create an effective production facility. The increasing importance of hydrocarbons molecular management for reducing CO2 emissions by substituting hydrogen as fuel has been demonstrated by research, but implementation is inherently complex particularly in striking a balance between cost, revenue and value. In many cases while the cost is high and the revenue is apparently low, the improvement in performance can offset the expense and boost the overall value.

This presentation and workshop gives a glimpse of the hydrogen value chain and supply chain, production, storage and transportation methods, and analyzes the potential complexities that lie ahead towards sustaining the hydrogen economy.