FLN Webinar | An Introduction to Hydrogen in Australia
The need for and use of Hydrogen in the process to Net Zero Emissions.
We invite our Future Leaders to engage with, listen to and interact with our panel of experts on the development of Hydrogen in Australia. During the session, our panel will introduce the key themes in today’s market. Attendees will then be broken into 20-minute mini breakout groups to delve deeper into the challenges and opportunities with your peers, as well as a chance to speak with the panellists, and ask them your burning questions about the sector.
- The mass of GHG emissions arising and the World Carbon Budget, and therefore the need to decarbonise to net zero by 2050 (or sooner);
- The central role that the development of renewable electrical energy has in decarbonisation, and in this context the role of hydrogen – decarbonising up to 30% of world energy use, and as such up to around 12 giga tonnes or around one quarter of current GHG emissions;
- The anatomy of Blue and Green Hydrogen projects, and the key dynamics to the development of supply and demand.
- The fundamentals and hurdles of financing hydrogen projects
To make this session interactive we will be limiting the overall capacity and restricting numbers from each respective organisation. Please register your interest and we will be in touch with you regarding your attendance.
- Michael Harrison, Partner, Ashurst (Moderator)
- Andrew Gay, Partner, Ashurst
- Caroline Lindsey, Partner, Ashurst
This webinar will take place at 10.00am AEDT. Find your local time zone.
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Important notice for members: We are accepting registrations for this webinar assuming your organisation will continue its membership for next year. Please note: your organisation will need to have confirmed your 2022 membership prior to the activity so that we can reconfirm your place.
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