Hydrogen Energy - The Road to Net Zero
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Tue 24th Nov 2020
05-30 pm 2 24th Nov 2020 06:00 PM

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SPE Member $15.00 ea
Non-Member $15.00 ea
Live Streaming $0.00 ea


Australia is set to pave the way in Hydrogen energy worldwide and is prepared to make a future shift into this resource. However, it is not as simple as it sounds, hydrogen has not reached its potential yet but once unlocked, this industry has been predicted to add $11 billion to the Australian GDP by 2050. QUT SPE has been working hard to ensure you are ahead of the industry shift. On the 24/11, Emma Brand, a hydrogen energy specialist, will discuss what this element will accomplish in Australia and how it is the answer we are looking for in clean energy.


In Person attendance is limited to 45 people. Only in person attendees shall be able to attend the post event get together at the Port Office Hotel.


The presentation will also be streamed live on Zoom and patrons can view this presentation using the folloing link

Meeting ID: 361 157 6096



Topic: Hydrogen Energy - The Road to Net Zero

Time: Nov 24, 2020 04:00 PM Brisbane


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Venue Information

Queensland University of Technology

Room D101

Gardens Point Campus

Queensland Univeristy of Technology


Post Event

Port Office Hotel

40 Edward St, Brisbane City QLD 4000


Lucie McMillan


Emma Brand is Project Manager for Origin’s expanding Future Fuels team, focussed on reimagining fuels and building a greener future for their customer’s, community and planet.  Emma has spent almost 20 years as an exploration geophysicist and as a Project and Program Manager in the resource industry in both Australia and internationally.  She is currently studying for an Executive MBA in Complex Program Leadership and is passionate about activating diverse teams to solve our complex problems.  Emma is excited about the possibilities presented by Australia’s emerging hydrogen industry and believes we will need different ways of thinking to unlock this unique opportunity.