Education & Training
The Training Centre has developed a number of programs and initiatives to deliver an industrial training programs to prepare our researchers, industries and community to support and facilitate the transformation of Australia's Hydrogen industry and adoption of technologies into the market.
Short Courses & Masterclass
This tailored professional development short-course addresses the essential elements in global hydrogen economy and renewable Power to X. The course explores concepts of key technologies across Hydrogen production, storage and utilisation; renewable and energy storage integration for hydrogen production, value-chain analysis, hydrogen certification, safety and social licences. The course will be delivered by expert facilitators from the Training Centre, thought leaders and experts from the Australian hydrogen industry.
Free Webinar & Videos
The following webinars are produced by the GlobH2E researchers and the TC's partners and are available to watch on-demand.
GlobH2E is also launching a webinar series featuring a range of experts from industry as well as academia. Please check out our Events page to follow our webinar series.
Hear from the Co-Director of the GlobH2E, Scientia Professor Rose Amal on Hydrogen Economy covering topics on current and emerging hydrogen technology across the value chain, the role of hydrogen in the decarbonization and enabling government support for the adoption of Hydrogen.
Watch also a recording of Dr Alan Finkel, the Special Adviser to the Australian Government on Low Emissions Technology at the Industry Day Plenary Session of 2021 UNSW Energy Future Conference. Dr Finkel's address covers:
the importance of technology in tackling climate change
government policies and programs such as the Technology Investment Roadmap and international low emissions technology partnerships
the opportunities for Australia in new and emerging technologies
some recent analysis on different production methods for hydrogen
the importance of a robust certification scheme for an effective hydrogen value chain
In this topic, hear about the concepts of renewable energy and Power-to-Hydrogen and Hydrogen Production Pathways; different colors of hydrogen, and find out what is the current state of play of hydrogen.
Hydrogen Storage and Transportation
What are the options to store and transport hydrogen safely ? In what way that hydrogen is more efficient and economically favourable compare to electrification ? In this topic, the audience will hear about methods of safe hydrogen storage and safe transportation of pure hydrogen and what are the best combination that lead to the lowest
Hydrogen makes an excellent fuel and is now set to play crucial role helping us to tackle the climate crisis and wean-off global's greenhouse gas emission. The Hydrogen Utilisation topic covers topic on utilisation of pure hydrogen, as well as hydrogen in the form of alternate chemicals. Audience will also hear about Power-to-X. In this topic, we also compiled a series of case study covering use case of Hydrogen:
Case study 1 - Lesson learned from Hydrogen Gas Blending Project (with Daniel Krosch, GPA Engineering)
Case study 2 - Ammonia as Hydrogen Carrier (with Dr Alex Trajkov, H2Utility)
Case study 3 - Green Methanol as Hydrogen Carrier (with Michael van Baarle, ABEL Energy)
Case study 4 - Green Steel
Case study 5 - Hydrogen Mobility
We often heard about the myth that Hydrogen is too dangerous to ever be used on a large scale and the Hindenburg airship disaster was often quoted as an example of unwarranted reputation of Hydrogen. The lecture on H2 safety will give an overview of Hydrogen in energy systems, hazards associated with gaseous and liquified hydrogen, as well as safety protocols for hydrogen production, storage and transport.
Waste Biomass to Renewable Hydrogen Project (funded by ARENA)
UNSW SHINE 2.0 with Scientia Professor Rose Amal
Hydrogen and General properties (H2 Safety - part 1)
Chemical Properties of Hydrogen (H2 safety - part 3)
Dangers and Consequences of H2 handling (H2 safety - part 4)
Hydrogen Value Chain and Business Model
Business innovations around linking and fitting hydrogen technology into the established gas and electricity market are expected to enable commercial viability. The lectures will cover hydrogen modelling across the value chain covering modelling costs for renewables, hydrogen production, electrolysers, as well as hydrogen storage and transport. Techno-economic feasibility case studies will also be presented.
Social Acceptance and Policy Development
Understanding the public acceptance of large scale renewable projects for hydrogen production, storage, and associated life cycle to obtain a social license to operate, which is paramount to the successful deployment of the project and adoption to the market.