5th Australia Hydrogen Day – Murdoch University – Dr GM Shafiullah & Furat Dawood – Renewable Hydrogen Research Initiatives Underway at Murdoch University and H2E

Renewable Hydrogen Research at Murdoch University
Associate Professor GM Shafiullah speaks on behalf of the Murdoch Research Team, which includes Dr Furat Dawood (HSA Steering Committee Member), providing an overview of the renewable hydrogen research initiatives underway at Murdoch University.

Dr GM Shafiullah
Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering
Murdoch University

Dr GM Shafiullah is an Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering at Murdoch University, Australia. GM’s research interests include power systems stability, renewable energy and its enabling technologies, microgrid, green hydrogen, clean energy, and sustainability in the energy sector.

GM is currently involved in a number of projects and attracted about $8.5M in research funding that includes high penetration of distributed energy resources into the grid and off-grid networks; 100% renewable energy-based microgrid with hybrid PV-Battery-Hydrogen system; hydrogen-enabled standalone power systems; blending hydrogen in natural gas systems; and translating Sustainable Development Goals into national energy supply and demand.

GM is a senior member of IEEE and IEEE PES and a member of Engineers Australia.

Furat Dawood
Hydrogen Scientist, Renewables SME, TMIEAust,
The Hydrogen Economy Group Founder and Managing Director
Hydrogen Society of Australia Steering Committee Member

Furat is the founder of the Hydrogen Energy (H2E) Group and a committee member of the Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA). He began his academic career in electrical and communication engineering before transitioning to energy systems.

He has combined his expertise in these two fields to become an expert of Renewable Energy and Carbon Reporting. He is currently pursuing a PhD degree at Murdoch University in Hydrogen Energy Systems.

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