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Our 5th webinar discussed the opportunity for decarbonizing heavy industries by using hydrogen When considering what a global energy system on a 1.5°C or 2°C pathway will look like by 2050, hydrogen consistently plays a critical role as an energy carrier. The industrial processes used in the production of things like steel, cement, glass, and chemicals all require high temperature heat. Currently, this heat is produced by burning fossil fuels. For these hard-to-abate sectors, there is essentially no way to reach net-zero emissions at the scale required without using hydrogen. The webinar was organized in partnership with Lux Research.

Our fourth webinar discussed the highlights of a recent report published by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) on the outlook for the green hydrogen industry. While the renewable energy rich green hydrogen industry is accelerating with 50 new projects globally, the current pace is not fast enough to meet global energy demand; with massive capital shortfalls and government inaction stalling start-ups. The webinar was organised in partnership with IEEFA.

Our third webinar discussed the re-purposing of green assets to incorporate hydrogen. While the focus of green hydrogen production is predominantly looking at the opportunities for greenfield projects, we need to consider whether existing asset owners can participate in this emerging market and diversify their revenue streams to move with market trends. In this session we will look at the benefits and constraints of introducing hydrogen into existing renewable assets, the potential options for doing so, the technical considerations and constraints for retrofitting electrolysers and the future opportunities for green hydrogen. The webinar was organized in partnership with Pinsent Masons and Wood.

Our first Market Outlook Session discussed the development of the hydrogen sector in Australia and will provide an overview of current projects being developed in Australia. With the rapid development of the renewable energy sector in Australia, the country has started to focus on hydrogen as a potential carrier to export renewable energy while at the same time it started to look at using hydrogen in its domestic transport sector. The webinar was organized in partnership with ENEA Consulting.

This webinar discussed the deployment of fuel cell vehicles (FCEVs) and the cost analysis of ownership of FCEVs in Asia-Pacific. The webinar was organized in partnership with Deloitte and Ballard Power Systems.