The potential contribution of hydrogen to a low carbon world is a topic on everyone’s lips. But is the opportunity real, and if so, how can Tasmania benefit?
This is what a range of industry experts will be discussing at an event next month in Tasmania as they explore how the Australian state’s unique characteristics could see it become a future world leader in renewable hydrogen.
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Organised by H2H Energy, an Australian-owned company that provides complete turn-key hydrogen system solutions for its partners and clients, Why hydrogen’s time has come and what it means for Tasmania will be held on Friday 14th February.
Speakers for the event include:
- Claire Johnson, co-founder and CEO of Hydrolytics
- Martin Hablutzel, Head of Strategy at Siemens
- Scott Nargar, Senior Manager of Future Mobility & Government Relations, Hyundai Australia
- Cranston Polson, founder and CEO of H2H Energy
- Tasmanian Government
Full information about the event can be found here.