4th Energy Future Conference 

Late October 2021
UNSW Sydney, Australia
Energy for a circular economy, making use of every resource

The 4th Energy Future Conference to be held in late October 2021 will be a hybrid conference - in person and online to include virtual presentations from invited local and international speakers, sessions live-streamed and recordings will be available post-events for registered participants. The conference will bring together scientists, engineers, academia, investors, industry, and policymakers to discuss the latest advances in hydrogen technologies, examining hydrogen value chain for global hydrogen economy (production, storage, distribution, application, and social license), safety, and standards, and water in hydrogen economy - an important aspect that is often overlooked. 

The 4th Conference series will consist of a number of symposiums:







Australian Government sets a vision to build a clean, innovative, safe and competitive hydrogen industry that benefits all Australians. To position Australia as major player to make clean hydrogen for our own use and for Australia to be a major hydrogen exporter by 2030, we need a clear strategy. The National Hydrogen Strategy presented in 2019 laid out ambitious framework for actions that will focus Hydrogen as a tool to long term emission reduction and position Australia as leading global hydrogen player.

Hydrogen: Is Australia’s on track to pursue a future as a bulk export superpower?

Join the thought leaders, industry experts, academia to discuss the latest technology in energy industry. We hope to see you in Sydney in October 2021.​

Key dates:

  • Abstract submission deadline: late July 2021

  • Abstract acceptance: August 2021

  • Early bird registration deadline: Late August 2021

  • Program released: September 2021

  • Conference dates: 18-22 October 2021 (exact dates TBC)

All key dates are subject to change​.



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