Colin Sadlier

Head of Business Development Australian Gas Infrastructure Group

Conference Day One: Tuesday, 22 September 2020

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

3:40 PM How AGIG are Responding to the Energy Trilemma and Contributing to the Decarbonisation of the Australian Gas Market

As the energy market moves to reduce carbon emissions a number of challenges are resented, particularly with intermittent renewable electricity sources now a growing part of the overall energy mix. Renewable gas is a key part of Australia’s low carbon future. Here AGIG share their work exploring the possibilities available from renewable hydrogen.

  • Exploring how renewable hydrogen and bio methane play a role in the decarbonizing of the gas market
  • Addressing the energy trilemma and providing 5% renewable energy to 700 customers
  • The Australian hydrogen centre & feasibility study: journey and objective of a 10% blend and 100% hydrogen future

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Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

11:10 AM PANEL DISCUSSION: The Role and Value of Renewable Hydrogen in the Electricity Market of the Future

As renewable hydrogen is beginning to reach cost parity with some fossil fuel equivalents it has high potential to not only contribute to the decarbonisation of the energy network, but to be a high value export opportunity for Australia.

  • Room for innovation in the electricity market: hydrogen, why now?
  • Hydrogen as an enabler of a cleaner energy future: possibilities in battery storage, transport, carbon neutrality & more
  • South East Asia: prospects for Australia to gain value from hydrogen as an export opportunity
  • Barriers to successful maximization of hydrogen and how can government help to alleviate?

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Colin.

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