The first hydrogen fuel cell was invented in 1839, but it wasn’t powerful enough to be useful. What has changed since then?
This conference isn’t about interesting discoveries or small scale studies. This is a business forum about the practical realities and costs of industrial hydrogen. Who is going to produce it? At what cost? And who is going to buy it? If the answers to these questions are important to your business, you need to be at the Australian Hydrogen Forum.
In 2019 the conference attracted more than 180 attendees representing the length and breadth of those with a stake in the hydrogen industry. 2020 will take the discussion further with a focus on the organisations pushing the envelope in Australia and across the globe.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of Australia’s leading hydrogen event.