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Renewable Hydrogen Offtake Forum - Session Recordings – Virtual On Demand

This important forum hosted by Hydrogen Australia examines what is required to close the gap for the renewable hydrogen industry and accelerate the offtake and uptake of renewable hydrogen products.

There is a lot of discussion in the hydrogen space: about what hydrogen could be used for in 5 years time; describing how it can be used as a fuel or feedstock in many sectors, listing all of the potential future applications and ways in which it could be used. Hydrogen and ammonia is readily produced and traded today – over 80 million tonnes, in fact – so the question that industry has now is: who is buying, for how much, and what does it look like?

Hear from international and domestic developers, financiers, end consumers, and visionaries at the Renewable Hydrogen Offtake Forum where we dig into the details, examine the projects that are getting up today and ask the key questions to help you implement solutions now.

The Renewable Hydrogen Offtake Forum delivers key insights and critical knowledge for current and prospective project developers, those involved in legal or financial processes, advocacy and policy groups, consultants, and those in the wider energy industry seeking clarity on issues related to renewable hydrogen.

 

Session 1: Renewable Hydrogen Ambition

Australia is positioning itself as a major hydrogen producer and key player in the hydrogen value chain. This session focussed on the development of the industry in Australia, how this is being encouraged and enabled by all levels of Government, and how the private sector is moving now to increase ambition. This will be a deep dive into the policy changes, government programs and market movements that will help to get renewable hydrogen to be the dominant form of hydrogen in Australia and worldwide.

Session useful for: Project developers, utility-scale generators, governments, policymakers, OEMs.

Key highlights from this session: Massive momentum in renewable rollout in China and India; insight into some of the considerations related to financing a renewable hydrogen project.

 

Session 2: Domestic Offtake – Domestic buyers session

The hydrogen hype can sometimes be hard to cut through – in this session learn directly from the companies already taking the first step to integrate renewable hydrogen into their businesses. In ‘Domestic Offtake’ we heard from prospective Australian buyers to determine their needs, targets, and other important considerations. Further, this session explored the key challenges in securing contracts for renewable hydrogen, examined smart uses and immediate applications, and outlined the size of the market today.

Session useful for: Project developers, utility-scale generators, governments, policymakers, existing hydrogen traders/suppliers, OEMs.

Key highlights from this session: Hydrogen is economical today in specific applications; discussion of legal process issues regarding offtake.

 

Session 3: Blueprints for Innovation – Domestic Project Focus

Australia has seen a significant share of export-focused projects announced – this session, split into a domestic and an international focus, will bring together some of the most innovative renewable hydrogen project developers and discuss some of the offtake pathways for renewable hydrogen being produced at scale in Australia and internationally. The ‘Blueprints for Innovation’ session will examine the future focused projects, exploring the production volumes, price breakpoints and uptake timelines for these ambitious projects.

Session useful for: Project developers, policymakers, governments, regulators, export-focussed projects, legal services, OEMs.

Key highlight from this session: Renewable hydrogen is being rolled out at pace in New Zealand, starting with mobility; Discussion around standards and safety issues and identification of problem areas.

 

Session 4: Blueprints for Innovation – International Project Focus

Australia has seen a significant share of export-focused projects announced – this session, split into a domestic and an international focus, will bring together some of the most innovative renewable hydrogen project developers and discuss some of the offtake pathways for renewable hydrogen being produced at scale in Australia and internationally. The ‘Blueprints for Innovation’ session will examine the future focused projects, exploring the production volumes, price breakpoints and uptake timelines for these ambitious projects.

Session useful for: Project developers, utility-scale generators, governments, policymakers, metals producers.

Key highlight from this session: New transport solutions are emerging beyond just liquefaction and ammonia; Green steel can be produced in an economically competitive way

 

Session 5: International Uptake

A majority of leading global economies have identified renewable hydrogen as a critical fuel for decarbonisation. This session explored the key international demand markets and the specific requirements international buyers are looking for to accelerate renewable hydrogen uptake. The International Uptake session will be a fantastic opportunity to learn more about how things are moving on the international stage, to hear from key global leaders in renewable hydrogen, and learn more about the specific expectations and priorities of prospective overseas partners.

Session useful for: Project developers, export-focussed projects, policymakers, governments, legal services.

Key highlights from this session: Certification is critical to help underpin international trade; pipeline transmission networks will be important to connect key production hubs with demand centres.

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