Australia's role in the global energy transition

This talk explores a potential export future based on renewable energy: (1) direct exports of renewable electricity via sub-sea cables, (2) exports of zero-carbon fuels such as green hydrogen, and (3) the export of green metals processed from Australian ores using renewable energy.

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The next few decades will see a transformation the world’s energy mix as we move towards a global net-zero carbon economy. Australia is poised at an interesting stage in history where large and fundamental shifts in our exports will occur in response to the global energy transition.

Event program

In-person AEDT:

  • 6.20 pm: Optional dinner (Attendees own cost)
  • 7.30 pm: In-person presentation by Professor Ken Baldwin including Q&A opportunity for online participants
  • 8.30 pm Additional Q&A opportunity for in-person participants
  • 8.45 pm: Event concludes

Webinar AEDT:

  • 7.30 pm: Webinar starts
  • 8.30 pm: Webinar concludes

About the presenter

Professor Ken Baldwin | Founding Director, ANU Grand Challenge: Zero-Carbon Energy, Asia-Pacific

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