The Hydrogen Society of Australia is collaborating with the Australian Institute of Energy to deliver a face-to-face networking event in Perth, to be held over lunch at the Parmelia Hilton Perth (14 Mill Street).
A series of presentations followed by a facilitated panel discussion will provide an overview of hydrogen’s role in the energy ecosystem and how hydrogen will assist in achieving our net zero target by 2050.
Both Members and Non-Members are invited.
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We are in transition to a zero emissions future, brought about by renewable energy and carbon reduction targets; the declining cost of renewables; increased penetration of household PV; and community demand for action. At the same time, technology improvements have provided us with alternative options for managing many of the power system security and reliability challenges we face in living with 100% renewables, all we need to do now is keep up!
Join us over lunch as AIE Perth & Hydrogen Society Australia co-host an expert panel for the Energy Ecosystems and Hydrogen’s Role in Decarboinsation with a presentation followed by facilitated panel discussion:
• Furat Dawood will provide an overview of the hydrogen ecosystem (Hydrogen 101)
• Dr Ghazal Avijegon will provide industry insights and case studies from Atco’s perspective
• Andrew McCluskey will provide industry insights and case studies from Siemen’s perspective
Furat received a Bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering in 1987 and a Master’s in Communication Engineering in 1996 from the University of Technology-Baghdad.
Having worked as an engineer for many years, he began to develop a passion for renewable energy and hydrogen systems. This passion led him to pursue a postgraduate degree in renewable energy and Carbon studies (2017). He is a PhD candidate in hydrogen power systems at Murdoch University.
Furat is the founder of the Hydrogen Economy Group (H2E Group), a Steering Committee Member of the Hydrogen Society of Australia and a member of many energy societies, NGOs and research groups. He is involved in many Hydrogen Projects in Australia and Globally.
Dr Ghazal Avijegon
Dr Ghazal Avijegon is the Commercial Lead at ATCO Gas, Australia looking after the strategy & contractual aspects of renewable fuels projects, including hydrogen project, for the purpose of reducing GHG emissions throughout the gas distribution network.
Ghazal is an experienced Hydrogen Business Development and techno-commercial professional offering demonstrated record of achievement in Hydrogen value chain including experience in hydrogen liquefaction, storage and transportation projects. Ghazal has a PhD from UWA, on CO2 capture from natural gas using adsorption technology along with a postgrad qualification in Environmental Assessment and Management and a strong advocate of clean energy and sustainable energy transition.
Andrew have worked for Siemens for 12 years mainly in leadership roles and always with technology. He is a founding member of the Hydrogen Society of Australia.
His current role as GM for the Hydrogen business is to bring together the many offerings and expertise in the company to the market as a response to the challenges our customers face in decarbonisation space.
Katharine McKenzie – AIE Perth / EY (Moderator)
Katie is the current director and AIE National President.
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30 May, 12:00 to 14:00 AWST
Parmelia Hilton Perth – 14 Mill St, Perth WA 6000
Members: $50.00 (with discount passcode)
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