Workshop: Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Systems Explained

In September, the Hydrogen Research Group at RMIT School of Engineering will host a workshop on Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Systems Explained, facilitated by Andrew L. Dicks Consultant and Adjunct Principal Research Fellow, Griffith University.

While not the first thought when discussing Hydrogen energy systems, membranes can play a key role in the purification and utilisation of hydrogen, including in fuel cells. The MSA encourages those working in gas separations and clean energy applications to consider this interesting workshop.

Hydrogen Energy is a topic of increasing importance for addressing climate change and urban pollution. In August 2018, a National Hydrogen Roadmap was published by CSIRO and in the same month a report commissioned by ARENA set out the economics of using hydrogen to export renewable energy from Australia to countries such as Japan and Korea. The workshop will provide a complete overview of fuel cell and hydrogen energy systems.

For more information, please see Melbourne H2 and Fuel Cell Workshop flyer.

Costs for the workshop are $1450 (early bird – available until 9 August) or $1850 full rate.
To register please see Eventbrite