11 Aug Webinar | Australia-Japan Hydrogen Supply Chains
The AJBCC and JETRO Sydney in conjunction with the Consulate-General of Japan in Sydney and Real Assets Advisory and Finance held a special webinar on 10 August 2021: A NSW Panel Discussion on Australia – Japan Hydrogen Supply Chains.
- Fiona Simon (CEO, Australian Hydrogen Council)
- Yuji Ikai (First Secretary (Economic), Embassy of Japan in Australia)
- Tim Stock (Project Director, Hydrogen and Clean Energy, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment)
- Gabrielle Sycamore (General Manager, Renewable Gas, Jemena)
- Shigeru Nakabayashi (Managing Director, MHI Australia)
Peter Knight (Managing Director, Real Assets Advisory and Finance)
Hydrogen is a hot topic between Australia and Japan, with many seeing it as an essential part of our journey together towards carbon neutrality. But there are many challenges along the way – not only in making the production of “clean” hydrogen economically viable, but right along the value chain from production, to storage, to transportation and developing the end use sectors that will drive demand at scale. To overcome the challenges, strong cooperation among businesses and governments, and between our countries, will be vital. Hear from the experts about the issues, the efforts, and the prospects for this critical area of activity.
The webinar included an opportunity for Q&A with our panel.
Missed it? You can view the webinar and supporting materials below.
Yuji Ikai, Japan: Standard-Bearer of Hydrogen Fuelled Economy supporting slides
Tim Stock, NSW Hydrogen – Strategy and Hub Development supporting slides
Gabrielle Sycamore, Accelerating the Renewable Gas Transition: What Does it Mean for the NSW Gas Network? supporting slides
Shigeru Nakabayashi, Energy Transition supporting slides and video