Australia-China Decarbonisation Roundtable
ACBC WA and ANU are pleased to present the Australia-China Decarbonisation Roundtable: Green Steel, Green Hydrogen and Critical Minerals
ACBC and ANU are pleased to present this thought-provoking roundtable that will explore existing and future collaboration between Australia and China on decarbonisation. Attendees will hear from leading industry and academic experts whose discussion will focus on Green Steel, Green Hydrogen and Critical Minerals & Downstream Processing.
Australia and China’s low-carbon transitions are deeply linked through their energy systems and value chains. Low-carbon transitions open opportunities to establish new energy, resource and processing industries in Australia, on the basis of natural resource endowments and industrial capabilities. It is therefore critical for many Australian businesses, governments and other stakeholders to develop a deep understanding of China’s low-carbon transition.
Join our curated panel of experts to discuss existing and potential collaboration between Australia and China in Green Steel, Green Hydrogen and Critical Minerals & Downstream Processing.
Please note that this event will be live-streamed, however no recording will be available afterwards.
This event is the second in Western Australia of a series of ANU organized events on Australia-China links on low-carbon technology transitions, sponsored by the National Foundation for Australia-China Relations. To receive future briefings and notices on future events in this series, sign up by sending an email to email@example.com.
The ANU has developed a set of policy briefs on China’s plans for green steel and hydrogen to support the discussion in this workshop:
Keynote speakers and presenters to be announced soon!
Session 1: Green Steel
Session 2: Green Hydrogen
Session 3: Critical Minerals & Downstream Processing
Date: Thursday 17th August 2023
Time: 12:15pm - 5:00pm AWST / 2:15pm - 7:00pm AEST
Location: Online - the webinar link will be shared closer to the date
Cost: Attendance is free of charge and made possible thanks to generous sponsorship from the National Foundation for Australia-China Relations