VIDEO: Hydrogen in transport: Progress and next steps
Our recent webinar, Hydrogen in transport: Progress and next steps was recorded, and video of the event is embedded on this page. There’s a lot going on in the hydrogen space, particularly in heavy transport, and amongst the topics discussed in the video are an update on the types of hydrogen-powered trucks being developed for Australia, their safety, and the recent funding initiative for the Hume Hydrogen Highway.
The webinar panel
The webinar was moderated by iMOVE Managing Director, Ian Christensen. Those presenting were:
- Murray Newton – Head of External Relations and Hydrogen Communities, Hyzon
- Connor Kerr – Senior Project Officer – Hydrogen, Office of Energy and Climate Change
- Samuel Frisby – Senior Project Officer – Hydrogen team at VIC Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
- Tim Camilleri – E-Mobility Solutions Manager, Volvo Group Australia
- Lee-Ann Breger – Programs Director, iMOVE
Ahead of the webinar video, a little housekeeping. The video played during Tim Camilleri’s presentation can be watched at: Volvo Trucks – the role of fuel cell electric trucks.
Also ,mentioned in the video are the hydrogen strategy plans from the NSW and Victorian state governments. Each can be downloaded at:
- NSW Hydrogen Strategy: Making NSW a global hydrogen superpower
- H2: Victorian Renewable Hydrogen Industry Development Plan
There’s more information about the NSW, Victoria highway funding initiative at Hume Hydrogen Highway. The MOU between NSW, Victoria, and Queensland is covered at Hydrogen highways to link Australia’s East Coast.
We also hope to include here the presentation decks shown in the video. Watch this space for an update to this page.
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Now to the webinar video. Click the play button below to catch up on what was discussed by the panel on this important transport topic.