The emerging hydrogen sector is dominating new technology discussions and events globally. Take a look at the handy new AFCG international conference listings tool for a selection of upcoming international events.
A two-part international webinar discussing Composites in the Hydrogen Economy will conclude on May 25, one of a growing number of events focused on opportunities in the new hydrogen economy.
Next week in Sydney, the Australian Hydrogen Conference will include guest speakers, the Federal Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, the Hon. Angus Taylor MP, and the Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, The Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio MP.
The Sydney event from 26 -27 May brings together key stakeholders to discuss the latest developments in this rapidly developing industry.
Using hydrogen to replace fossil fuels has been identified as contributing to zero emissions by 2050 and dramatic levels of funding worldwide have been committed to hydrogen production and use.
This rapidly developing hydrogen economy will require storage and transport of compressed hydrogen gas and cryogenic liquid hydrogen, and these vessels could double the current industrial carbon fibre market.
Trade publication Composites World hosts “CW Tech Days: Composites in the Hydrogen Economy” overnight at 1 a.m.-to-3 a.m. AEST on May 25.
The sessions can be watched On Demand for those unable to attend live.
Speakers will examine the role composites can play in the transport and storage of hydrogen, as well as opportunities for hydrogen in certain geographic regions.
See the AFCG International Conference Listings guide here for this and more advanced fibre and composite international events.