We are thrilled to announce that Noel Dunlop, Founder of Energys, will be Chairing the panel session at the upcoming APAC Offshore Wind and Green Hydrogen Summit.
Organized by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and held in collaboration with the Victoria State Government, the Clean Energy Council, and the Green Hydrogen Organisation, this summit will bring together industry leaders and innovators from across the Asia-Pacific region to discuss the role of offshore wind and green hydrogen in the region.
Noel Dunlop will serve as the Moderator for the session titled "Assessing Australia's green hydrogen supply chain capability," taking place on August 30 from 14:00 to 14:45. The session aims to evaluate Australia's potential as a major player in the global green hydrogen market by examining its capacity for hydrogen production, storage, transportation, and export. Participants will gain valuable insights into the country's competitive advantages, challenges, and strategies for developing a world-class green hydrogen supply chain.
Joining Noel Dunlop on the panel will be distinguished experts including Kellie Charlesworth from Arup, Prerna Bhargaba from the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water, Iain MacGill from UNSW, and Fredrik Andrén-Sandberg from Vestas. Together, they will explore the critical aspects of Australia's green hydrogen supply chain and foster meaningful discussions on how to drive the industry forward.
Noel Dunlop's extensive experience and visionary leadership make him an ideal choice for this prominent role. As the Vice President of Energys, he has been instrumental in driving the company's focus on zero-emissions energy solutions and has played a pivotal role in advancing the adoption of green hydrogen technologies.
Thanks fo the Global Wind Energy Council for selecting Noel Dunlop as the session's Moderator and we eagerly anticipate this significant event. Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to champion the transition to a sustainable and zero-emissions future.
For more information about the APAC Offshore Wind and Green Hydrogen Summit, please visit their official website.