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Sep
8
Thu
Hydrogen Connect Summit @ Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)
Sep 8 – Sep 9 all-day

8 – 9 September 2022 | Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

  • 7 Sept: Pre-conference Workshops/ Site tours (limited numbers)
  • 8-9 Sept: Two days conference

 

Proudly hosted by H2Q Hydrogen Queensland and supported by Queensland Government

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Hydrogen generation, transmission, storage and distribution are fuelled with challenges, growing domestic and global demand, and manufacturing opportunities in abundance. Whether you feature upstream, midstream or downstream in the complex hydrogen supply chain, the 2022 Hydrogen Connect Summit, has something for you.

Now that the hydrogen agenda is beyond hypothesis, and with a seismic shift in the past 12 months, we are able to share practical learned experiences, innovations, and best practices aligned to national and state initiatives, with early H2 transition a reality for many more organisations and companies on the brink of scaling up and ready to store, transport and replace fossil fuels with a truly green alternative.

H2Q’s September Summit will be generous; with case studies, panel discussions and hydrogen corporate project presentations. This event will pay special attention to end-user requirements for their transition to hydrogen, so that upstream, midstream and downstream providers can give industry reliability; what they want, when they want it, where they want it, and at the right price.

We are pleased to offer T&D subscribers a special 20% discount off registration. Please enter discount code: CONNECT20 during registration.

For more information visit the event website.

Sep
19
Mon
EEA NZ CONFERENCE 2022 @ Claudelands Hamilton Exhibition & Conference Centre
Sep 19 – Sep 21 all-day

 

It is an exciting time to be in the industry! Driven by the need to deliver a net zero carbon energy future by 2050 the Aotearoa electricity supply industry is on the cusp of transformation. Critically, the implementation and success of the net zero carbon strategy depends on our engineering and technical capability, putting engineers front and centre of this change.

Over the next decade electrification, customer-led solutions, and distributed energy generation technology (e.g. solar, batteries/E.V.’s, and wind) are going to directly impact the growth, demand, and productivity of our electricity infrastructure.

Hot on the heels of electrification advances will be the transition of technologies arising from the Fourth Industrial Revolution into our power system operations and addressing the complexity and risks of future power systems. The speed at which current breakthrough technologies such as artificial general intelligence (AGI), digital twins, immersive media, data, the internet of things, and cyber security have progressed has no historical precedent.

In order to understand these trends, enable change, and work with our customers to meet these challenges we must collaborate with others to grow our collective knowledge and understanding of new and emerging technology, drive innovation, and understand the risks. Only then can we deliver on climate change targets. This will be the focus of the EEA’s 2022 conference.

Once again we will be bringing thought leaders from across the energy sector to focus on delivering clarity around these complex issues and together we will brainstorm solutions and ways of implementing these to achieve our 2050 climate change targets.

The EEA conference will also include a comprehensive Trade Exhibition providing a great opportunity for businesses from around the world and New Zealand to showcase technology, services, people and products, and for attendees to get ‘hands-on’ with the solutions you need. The Trade Exhibition also provides excellent networking opportunities which is especially important in this time of change.

There is no better event than the EEA2022 conference to grow your knowledge and understanding of the future of our industry. As the power industry’s largest collaborative forum in New Zealand, the EEA conference serves to nurture and grow our industry capability and prepare the next generation of engineering and safety leaders, innovators, influencers, and change-makers to ensure Aotearoa’s energy future. As interested, curious and enthusiastic members of the electricity supply community you simply cannot miss it!

So put these dates in your diary now and join us at the EEA2022 Conference, on 19-21 September 2022. It is a ‘must do’ for your continuing professional development.

There is lots more to come so follow us on our LinkedIn page for updates.

Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you at the EEA2022 Conference in Wellington.

Visit the EEA Events webpage for more information.

Oct
11
Tue
EECON2022 @ Royal International Convention Centre Brisbane
Oct 11 – Oct 12 all-day

Our Energy Future – Unlocking Net Zero

This year’s conference will build on from our successful EECON 2021.

EECON 2022 will deliver a diverse range of informative and interesting speakers around topics such as:

  • Rapid transformation of Australia’s electricity systems
  • Involving significant investment in renewable generation
  • Storage and firming generation
  • The early exit of coal fired generation plants bringing changes to the transmission and distribution systems.

With the challenging task of reaching net zero by 2050, the energy industry needs to rapidly transform to assist the implementation and uptake of environmentally friendly technologies to cater to the complexities of the future landscape. EECON2022, themed Our Energy Future – Unlocking Net Zero, will explore and deliver a diverse range of informative and interesting speakers to shed light on the future energy landscape.

EECON2022 will also feature pre – conference tours, a conference networking dinner along with the two – day diverse technical program that explores our theme, “Our Energy Future – Unlocking Net Zero.

We believe EECON 2022 will be the ideal forum for like – minded people and organisations from around Australia to connect, network and discuss these challenges and opportunities in this
ever – evolving industry.

We cannot wait to welcome you to Brisbane!

Visit the event website for more information.