Beyond Zero Emissions Seminar. Hydrogen: Help or Hype

Beyond Zero Emissions Seminar. Hydrogen: Help or Hype

Monday, 2 December 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

There has been much discussion recently about the potential of hydrogen as a potential game-changer in the energy transition. Australia may be particularly well-placed to take advantage of growing hydrogen demand. We possess abundant renewable energy resources (sun and wind), which could be utilised to produce hydrogen cheaply, and our existing gas infrastructure could be used to deliver hydrogen to domestic and international markets.

Andrew Reddaway will discuss whether the potential of hydrogen is real, or whether it is just hype.

In addition, Andrew will also provide an overview on some of Renew's other energy projects such as high grid voltage and export limiting; electric vehicle modelling and new battery standards.

Registration is not required for this event.

Event Location: 
Fritz Loewe Theatre, McCoy Building
253-275 Elgin St
3010 Parkville , VIC
Victoria
Speakers
Renew

Andrew Reddaway is an Energy Analyst with Renew. He is skilled at explaining energy-related issues and helping people reduce their bills. He has given expert advice on sustainability in magazines and on radio, including doing talkback on the ABC. Andrew designed and developed Renew’s free Sunulator program, used in several research and consulting projects. Prior to joining Renew in 2013, he worked at the Australian Energy Market Operator where he developed the organisation’s first forecast of rooftop solar generation for the National Electricity Market. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering.

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