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Challenges and opportunities for large-scale green hydrogen production in Australia

Thursday 29 Oct

5:00 pm

6:00 pm

 – 

Australia/Melbourne
Free

Online

About this event

Focused on the New Energy Technologies Research Theme of the Woodside Monash Energy Partnership, this webinar will be joined by panel members Dr Ashley Roberts (Monash University Alumni, Energy Transformation Engineer, Woodside Energy), Dr Graham Palmer (Research Fellow of the Faculty of Engineering and Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University) and Dr Stuart Walsh (Senior Lecturer of the Faculty of Engineering and Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University).

As a future zero emissions technology, the panel will discuss critical considerations for the implementation of large-scale green hydrogen production, including and not limited to resource mapping, energy flow considerations, and life cycle analysis.

Professor Jacek Jasieniak (New Energy Theme Leader for the Woodside Monash Energy Partnership, Monash University), will host the event.

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