HYDROGEN ECONOMICS: Opportunities in Australia and Japan,
the outlook for powering our green tomorrow
Developments in policy, technology and economics are driving a huge global interest in hydrogen & ammonia. Australia has recently ramped up its support for hydrogen with the "Hydrogen Headstart Program" – largely in response to the competition from the US's Inflation Reduction Act. As a fuel, hydrogen offers a way to eliminate emissions from sectors of the economy that are hardest to decarbonise, as well as to provide much needed inter-seasonal storage in energy systems with high levels of variable renewable power generation. Consequently, hydrogen is likely to be a vital piece in the Net Zero puzzle.
ANZCCJ in collaboration with Aurora Energy Research invite members and guests to join us on 9 June 2023 for a panel discussion on the enormous opportunities and requirements for Australia and Japan to partner on the future of hydrogen in the decarbonization march towards Net Zero targets.
The panel will delve into Australia's hydrogen landscape including the impact of recent budget announcements along with a deep dive analysis on the economics across key APAC regions including i) drivers of demand for hydrogen and its chemical products across APAC, including how this is expected to evolve over the coming decades; ii) comparisons of production and delivery costs from potential export regions (Australia, the USA, Chile and the UAE) to Japan; and iii) how an emerging hydrogen industry is going to impact power markets and renewable economics.
Date: Friday, 09 June 2023
RSVP: Thursday, 01 June 2023
Time: 15:00 - 18:00 Panel Discussion & Networking
Note: Capacity is limited to 30 people - tickets allocated via a lottery system on 02 June 2023.
3:00PM - 4:30PM
4:30PM - 6:00PM - Drinks and Refreshments
Director, Minerals and Energy of South Australia - Department for Trade and Investment
Associate Director, Green Investment Group of Macquarie Asset Management Japan Co., Ltd.
Head of Research - APAC at Aurora Energy Research
Investment Director of Austrade
Australian Embassy in Tokyo
2 Chome-1-14 Mita,
Minato City, Tokyo, Japan
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