Webinar - Role of Water in Renewable Hydrogen (WA)

Webinar - Role of Water in Renewable Hydrogen (WA)
The WA Branch of the Australian Water Association invites you to join us for a webinar on The Role of Water in Renewable Hydrogen to be held in Wednesday 27 May 2020. Renewable hydrogen will play a prominent role in securing a sustainable, carbon free future as the world diverges from the traditional, fossil fuel sources of energy.

Water is crucial in this process as companies are currently producing ‘Green’ hydrogen via electrolysis. We hope you can 
join us for this webinar as this topic is further explored by our esteemed guest speakers.  


Keynote Speaker: 
Professor Peter Klinken ACChief Scientist of Western Australia 

Professor Klinken is a leading Western Australian medical research scientist, highly regarded for his work in advancing the understanding of genes involved in leukemia, cancer and anaemia. Professor Klinken has brought a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the role of Chief Scientist of Western Australia, providing independent expert advice to the State Government and supports the Government in growing the State’s science industries to achieve future prosperity for Western Australians, as well as assisting with changes to legislation.

Guest Speakers:
  Dr Martin Anda, Academic Chair of Environmental Engineering, College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education, Murdoch University 
Luc Kox, Commercial Manager, Hazer Group Limited 
Sam Lee Mohan, Manager, Innovation Projects Gas, Australia, ATCO
Joe Wyder, Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation

Wednesday 27 May 2020

4pm to 5.30pm WST   Program:  
3.50pm – Webinar Waiting Room open  
4.00pm – Welcome and Introduction - Peter Spencer, WA Branch Vice President 
4.05pm – Keynote Address – Professor Peter Klinken AC, Chief Scientist of WA 
4.20pm – Murdoch University – Hybrid PV battery hydrogen system for microgrids 
4.35pm – Hazer Group - Hydrogen and graphite production from methane
4.50pm – ATCO - Clean Energy Innovation Park, Feasibility study for 10MW electrolysis hydrogen production
5.05pm – Closing Speaker - Joe Wyder, Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation
5.20pm – Final questions and wrap up 
5.30pm – Close 

Price (
inc GST):
Members/Employee of a Corporate Member/Water Supporters: Free  Non Members $15 

  Registration has now closed for this webinar. The recorded webinar will be made available in due course. 

or further information contact WA Branch Manager, Kyllie Whitehead either via phone, 0448 146 222 or email kwhitehead@awa.asn.au.

27/05/2020 4:00 PM - 27/05/2020 5:30 PM
Perth, WA 6000

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