An Introduction to Hydrogen in Australia

The need for and use of Hydrogen in the process to Net Zero Emissions.

In this workshop, our expert panel delves into the development of Hydrogen in Australia.

Discussion points:

– 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

– Land and approvals requirements for hydrogen projects (Room 1)

– Renewable Electrical Energy and its role in the development of hydrogen projects (Room 2)

– Getting H2 or H2 based fuel to market, domestic or export – how and when? (Room 3)

Speakers

– Michael Harrison, Partner, Ashurst (Moderator)

– Andrew Gay, Partner, Ashurst

– Caroline Lindsey, Partner, Ashurst


An Introduction to Hydrogen in Australia


Land and approvals requirements for hydrogen projects (Andrew Gay Presentation)


Renewable Electrical Energy and its role in the development of hydrogen projects (Caroline Lindsey Presentation)


Getting H2 or H2 based fuel to market, domestic or export – how and when? (Michael Harrison Presentation)


An Introduction to Hydrogen in Australia - Ashurst Presentation

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