New venue for Australian Hydrogen Conference

New venue for Australian Hydrogen Conference

A requirement for additional space to accommodate appropriate social distancing due to record conference registrations has seen the Australian Hydrogen Council change the venue for its Australian Hydrogen Conference.

Held in partnership with Informa Australia, the event will now be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 16th to 17th November (2020).

In addition to the new venue, there will also be the option to attend the conference virtually and network and interact through Informa Australia’s highly engaging digital event technology platform, Brella.

Attendees will hear from Australia’s leading hydrogen project developers on their latest plans, gain insight into the investment opportunities that this exciting new industry has to offer and take away a comprehensive review on what each of Australia’s states and territories are doing to advance the hydrogen sector in their jurisdiction.

“In light of the ongoing situation with Covid-19, this year’s Australian Hydrogen Conference will be delivered as a Hybrid event: with both physical face-to-face attendance, and virtual attendance with interactive features, making this event accessible for attendees from across Australia and the globe,” said event organisers.

“We are adding additional measures to ensure the safety of our speakers and delegates on site, and we are continually reviewing government recommendations as they appear and will make any adjustments necessary.”

“Despite the current uncertainty, the hydrogen industry is moving forward at a rapid pace. By scheduling the Australian Hydrogen Conference in November, the event is perfectly timed to bring national and international key stakeholders both in person and virtually to discuss the latest developments and initiatives in the hydrogen sector.”

“In light of the ongoing situation with Covid-19, this year’s Australian Hydrogen Conference will be delivered as a Hybrid event: with both physical face-to-face attendance, and virtual attendance with interactive features, making this event accessible for attendees from across Australia and the globe,” said event organisers.

“We are adding additional measures to ensure the safety of our speakers and delegates on site, and we are continually reviewing government recommendations as they appear and will make any adjustments necessary.”

“Despite the current uncertainty, the hydrogen industry is moving forward at a rapid pace. By scheduling the Australian Hydrogen Conference in November, the event is perfectly timed to bring national and international key stakeholders both in person and virtually to discuss the latest developments and initiatives in the hydrogen sector.”


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