Hydrogen: Enabling the Clean Energy Transition
9-12 June 2020; Brisbane, Australia
About the theme
The world is seeking technological pathways to support the decarbonisation of electricity, transport, and industrial sectors. Hydrogen has emerged as a real opportunity in this context: it can be used as a transport fuel, as a long-term energy storage medium, and as a vector for distribution of renewable energy from those countries with significant resources to those with fewer resources. While hydrogen can play a role in supporting electricity grids with greater penetration of variable renewable energy it also offers the opportunity for the electricity sector to be coupled more closely with transport and industry to support significant decarbonisation around the globe.
Who should attend?
The workshop is intended for experts actively involved in the selected themes, from IERE members and non-members, as well as all those interested in the evolution of the electrical power industry and the technology development and business development opportunities associated to this evolution. IERE will invite prominent speakers for keynote speeches.
Call for Papers
You are invited to submit abstracts for the Oral Session or Poster Session for the 2020 Brisbane Hydrogen Workshop by 4 March 2020. Download the abstract template here and then submit it via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Detailed information on Registration will be announced in the First and Second Announcements, which will be delivered later.
The Registration fee will be confirmed nearer the date. Registration fee will cover attendance for the conference, reception/cocktail, Lunch and Dinner, conference package. The expected Registration fee is 400-600 USD for IERE members, 600-900 USD for IERE non-members and 300-450 USD for academia.
Stamford Plaza Brisbane, Queensland.
Rooms can be reserved at a special rate for conference participants.
The expected Room Charge will be around 240 AUD (Approximately 160 USD)
Download the preliminary announcement here.