Melbourne Dinner, September 2019
General Manager Commercial, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group
Hydrogen Park SA
Join us in Melbourne to hear all about the largest renewable gas project in Australia which is due to start distributing hydrogen into the gas system next year.
From mid-2020, AGIG’s Hydrogen Park SA will produce renewable hydrogen using water and renewable electricity through electrolysis. AGIG General Manager Commercial and APGA Board Member Jon Cleary will provide an overview and update on this next-generation project which began in 2018. The hydrogen will be blended with natural gas and supplied to nearby homes and businesses via the existing gas network. The first step will be injecting a 5 per cent hydrogen blend into the distribution system. Other AGIG projects are exploring options to blend up to 10 per cent hydrogen with an eventual aim of 100 per cent conversion.
Price (incl GST)
|Members: $135||Non-members: $180|
|Table of 10: $1350||Table of 10: $1800|
RSVP: by COB Friday 30 August
Cancellations received by COB Friday 30 August will be fully refunded. Cancellations after this time are not refundable, however, substitutions will be accepted.