Thought Leaders Series: Hydrogen production efficiencies and technologies

Hydrogen is the key to a low-carbon future. But how do you design a balance of plant to provide extremely reliable energy efficiency, and what technologies should be used?

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Join subject matter experts in this webinar as they discuss about various technologies that enables Ultra-Low harmonics, delivers Best Power Factor, and Low DC ripples compared to any other solution, as well as a world-first to deliver IE5 ultra-premium motor efficiency in explosive environments.

When it comes to new technology, with the ability to minimise energy loss by up to 40% in hazardous areas, the IE5 SynRM Increased Safety motor is a game-changer for efficiency and sustainability. The cooler running design of these motors also ensures longer-term reliability and reduced maintenance efforts.

Join Engineers Australia and be ready for your hydrogen acceleration journey.

Key messages-

  • How modern technology is making an impact on the future of renewable energy production
  • Designing a balance of plant to enable extremely reliable, safe, and energy efficient hydrogen production applications
  • Why the market uptake of Liquid Cooled IGBT Rectifiers?
  • Understanding DC power supply for electrolyzers
  • A look at IE5 synchronous reluctance (SynRM) Increased Safety motors and their ability to minimise energy loss by up to 40% in hazardous areas

Who should attend

This webinar is highly relevant for anyone working in the mining, heavy industry, hydrogen production, hydrogen transportation, renewable energy, engineering/consulting for hydrogen infrastructure sector.

You do not need to be an Engineers Australia member to attend.


Luke Schouw | System Drives Product Manager, ABB Australia

Daiki Fujiya | Global Sales Support Specialist Hydrogen, ABB Japan

Goutam Agashe | Low Voltage Motors Product Specialist, ABB Australia

Amy Philbrook | Clean Fuels Technical Lead, Australasia, ARUP

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