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What is the Australian Hydrogen Forum?
After years of small scale studies and interesting but non-commercial projects, the Australian hydrogen sector is finally gearing up for at scale hydrogen. A functional hydrogen supply chain has to work around major issues to be profitable. Find out what the early adopters are doing to overcome these problems and how you can be part a workable hydrogen economy at this conference.
You’ll hear from international and local organisations who are meeting the challenges and the factors informing their strategies. Speakers include governing bodies, investors, energy companies and energy users from a broad spectrum of industries.
This conference won’t be a talk-fest of dated pilot projects, it’s an event about progressing hydrogen from a conversation to practical (and profitable!) reality.
Why you need to be there in 2020:
- Learn from 5 international hydrogen implementations that are delivering hydrogen at scale and lessons from their
- Grasp the practical realities of large scale hydrogen projects (hear from the world’s first hydrogen supply chain from
Brunei to Japan)
- Get in-depth cost analysis of the financial feasibility of commercial hydrogen from industrial energy users like BHP,
Anglo American, BP and Yara Pilbra
- Hear how energy generators like Stanwell and Hydro Tasmania are planning to produce cost competitive hydrogen
- Decide your strategy for integrating hydrogen into existing infrastructure by hearing from those that are doing it,
including AGIG, Nikola (USA) and Engie (Chile)
- Find your place in the consortiums forming new ways of doing business in the hydrogen economy with representatives
from AHEAD, Green Hydrogen Consortium and HESC
- Discover who is investing in what (and why) with commentary from BloombergNEF, Macquarie Capital, Austrade and
multiple government bodies
- Be part of the most comprehensive hydrogen event in 2020, with speakers from the full energy supply chain, from
mobility, generation, industrial use to cutting edge storage and supply
Join Australia’s premier wind energy specialists for a day of knowledge sharing and networking, featuring in-depth sessions on all the opportunities and technical challenges currently facing the wind sector.
The event provides industry professionals with the opportunity to learn from each other and celebrate the sector’s achievements. Network with industry leaders in policy, grid and system strength, construction and safety, asset management, social licence and more.
This event is a must-attend for all Australian wind energy experts.
Offshore Wind Australia is pleased to announce Australia’s first offshore wind energy industry conference to be held in Melbourne, Australia. This event has been postponed, now scheduled for Thursday 1 October. Bookings will re-open closer to that date.
The conference will bring together international and Australian speakers across many areas including:
- Development of the Australian offshore wind industry
- Global overviews and trends
- Supply chain development
- Financing offshore wind projects
- Design, environment and engineering
- The electricity market in Australia Join us to learn more about opportunities for growing an Australian offshore wind industry.
The Year in Infrastructure Conference is Going Digital for the first time ever in 2020! Join us live to hear from Bentley and other leading executives on how the infrastructure community is responding to our current challenges and continuing to innovate. And help us celebrate the most compelling projects from 2020 by joining us for the presentation of The Year in Infrastructure Awards!
Come along to the free-to-attend conference and exhibition and get a first-hand look at the latest innovations and technologies driving the clean energy sector.
- 10400+ Industry Connections
- 290+ Exhibibtors
- 200+ Expert Speakers
- 80+ Hours of Learning
- Why You Should Attend
The Australian sector has always prioritised their worker’s health and wellbeing in the workplace. Arc flash safety has been a big topic in the energy sector but with the 2018 arc flash incident in Yallourn power station, organisations are putting more priority in safe maintenance practices and the maintenance of arc flash protection equipment.
marcus evans Arc Flash Electrical Safety 2020 aims to provide practical ways in improving arc flash safety, standard compliance, and effective arc flash mitigation strategies. Delegates will be able to gain critical insights on updates for 2018 edition of IEEE 1584 and NFPA 70E, guidelines to the safety standards and calculations, effective mitigation methods, safe asset maintenance practices new arc flash technologies, and arc flash prevention in renewable technology.
Don’t miss your chance to hear world-renowned Arc Flash expert, Jim Phillips, one of the primary developers of the IEEE standards, talk about how Australia can use the IEEE 1584 changes to strengthen in-house arc flash safety practices. Secure your place at our 5th Annual Arc Flash Electrical Safety now!
- Key Topics
- How to Approach an Arc Flash Hazard Reduction Strategy without a Suitable Australian Standard?
- Regulator’s Spotlight: Arc Flash Incidents and Regulations in Victoria
- Water Corporation’s Arc Flash Hazard Assessment of Switchgear Assemblies – Sensitivity Study and Short-Hand Assessment Method
- Retrofitting Ageing Switchgears with Arc Flash Protection Equipment to Improve Workplace Safety
- Raising Awareness in the Workforce on Arc Flash Risks and Hazards to Stress on Safety Practices and Prevent Cutting Corners
This conference has been created for those working with high voltage systems in the mining, industrial plants, oil and gas and utilities industries. The event will focus on earthing, design, testing, installation and maintenance topics.
Conference topics include:
- International Update – An update on Grounding Design & Testing Standards directions and changes around the World.
- Arc fault Standards, what’s changed, what’s changing and what does it mean for the HV industry
- HV Joints and Terminations – Developments in Technology and Installation Practices
- PD Testing of HV Assets: Periodic or Permanent?
- Preventing Catastrophic Failure of High Voltage Equipment
- Technical Developments in Explosion-Protected Polymer-Based HV Coupler Systems and the Potential Safety Benefits to Industry
- Assessment & Management of Oil Filled High Voltage Transformers
- Intelligent Techniques for Power Transformer Sweep Frequency Response Analysis
- Wow, I Got To Audit a Wind Farm
- Earthing obligations under AS2067 have changed: What has changed, why, and what do you need to do next
- Making Predictive HV Testing Effective
- Condition Based Maintenance of High Voltage Assets
- Partial Discharge Testing on Rotatory Machines
- HV Arc Fault Incidents and Practical Steps for Prevention
DISCOUNTS – We are offering a 10% off early bird discount until October 11th 2020 (SAVE $179.50 per person) plus a 3 for 2 offer – register 3 delegates and only pay for 2 (SAVE up to $2154). Discounts are applied at online check-out.
The Australian Hydrogen Council, in partnership with Informa Australia, are delighted to hold the Australian Hydrogen Conference on the 16-17 November 2020 at the Rydges Melbourne. This event will explore the latest hydrogen energy developments in Australia, along with our international export opportunities.
Australia is set to become a world leader in hydrogen production and exports thanks the release of the National Hydrogen Strategy, which includes a $370 million funding package from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) and Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to grow an innovative, safe and competitive hydrogen industry in Australia.
This industry conference – which has the full support of the Australian Hydrogen Council – has been perfectly timed to discuss the outcomes of the newly released National Hydrogen Strategy. Join us to listen to key stakeholders from across the private and public sectors discuss the latest developments and initiatives in the hydrogen sector. This event will be THE key meeting place for Australia’s emerging hydrogen industry.
5 reasons why you must attend this national summit on Australia’s hydrogen future:
- Hear from Australia’s leading hydrogen project developers on their latest plans -all under the one roof
- Gain an insight into the investment opportunities that this exciting new industry has to offer
- Take away a comprehensive review on what each of Australia’s States and Territories are doing to advance the hydrogen sector in their jurisdiction
- Meet and connect with the who’s who of the hydrogen supply chain – from government agencies, technology suppliers, commercial developers and many more
- Get on board the ground floor of this exciting new export industry that will see Australia “shipping sunshine” to Asia’s booming markets
The twelfth Australian Protection Symposium will now take place on the 19th – 20th of November 2020 at the International Convention Centre Sydney, where first-hand experiences from Australia and around the globe will be shared through paper presentations, panel discussions and interactive Q&A sessions encouraging attendees to stay in tune with the latest solutions, innovations, successes and challenges in our industry.
The interactive format of the symposium is complimented by the ever popular ‘Power Talks’ session, short but very topical presentations on lessons learned from unfortunate events. The APS has been designed as a unique and neutral platform to gather experts in the electrical protection industry in a friendly and dynamic environment to encourage idea exchange and a range of diverse contributions. The APS attracts researchers, industry experts, engineers, practitioners and other professionals involved and interested in the electrical protection industry. This opportunity to come together, discuss ideas face to face and build close cooperation channels for solving future challenges results in a rewarding experience for all contributors and attendees.