Queensland Hydrogen Industry Strategy Forum

Published 9th September 20 8:00 AM

Queensland Hydrogen Industry Forum

The hydrogen industry is being promoted as the next big thing for the Queensland and Australian energy sector. The potential for hydrogen in its use and application is almost unlimited. There are also complementarities with renewable energy to create “green” hydrogen and “exportable” renewable energy, with hydrogen acting as the versatile energy carrier.

This forum aims to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of hydrogen technology, its application, the opportunities in Queensland and Australia, the strategies to realise these opportunities, and real-world examples of hydrogen applications. Our speakers are leaders in the field of hydrogen technology and are at the forefront of the industry in Queensland.

Meet the speakers:

Prof Ian MacKinnon | Science and Engineering Faculty, QUT The Global Hydrogen Sector and how Queensland fits in
Dr Neil Thompson | Adjunct Assoc Professor, Institute for Future Environments; MD at ITM Power Producing and Using Hydrogen – the fundamentals
Andrew Broadbent | Dept of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning The Qld Hydrogen Strategy and the growth of the industry in Qld
David Carberry FEIANZ CEnvP | Directory Carberry Environmental Solutions The economics of hydrogen production
Richard Jeffery | General Manager, Commercial Strategy Delivery at Stanwell Corp Ltd The Stanwell Hydrogen Case Study
Simon Shaw | Senior Advisor Strategic Partnership at Redland City Council Green Hydrogen in Redland City
Kellie Charlesworth | Associate at Arup NZ strategy, Ports of Auckland demonstration, COAG hydrogen hubs

Places are limited due to the need to provide a COVID-safe forum for attendees and speakers. Online attendance is being offered for regional attendees who are not able to make it to Brisbane for the event.
Click here to register for the online access to the forum >

Catering will not be provided at this event due to COVID restriction; however, there will be an informal networking opportunity at the QUT Botanic Bar at the conclusion of the forum.


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Event details

When: 8 October 2020
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Where: QUT Gardens Point
Room B117, Gardens Point Campus, 2 George St, Brisbane

Cost: $125 Members, $175 non-members, $60 EIANZ student members

Registrations Open: 9th September 20 4:00 PM

Registrations Close: 8th October 20 1:00 PM

Places Available: 15

Contact: For any enquiries contact EIANZ Central Office 03 8593 4140 or

Register now and secure your attendance

Published 9th September 20 8:00 AM