Power-to-X: the role of molecules in the next generation of energy

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Power-to-X: the role of molecules in the next generation of energy

3 Aug | Wellington

Come and hear Andrew Clennett, the Founder and CEO of Hiringa Energy, New Zealand's new kind of energy company developing hydrogen supply infrastructure, speaking about the journey to zero emissions.


Event Name:

Power-to-X: the role of molecules in the next generation of energy

Event Date:

3rd Aug 2018 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Power-to-X: the role of molecules in the next generation of energy

Come and hear Andrew Clennett, the Founder and CEO of Hiringa Energy, New Zealand's new kind of energy company developing hydrogen supply infrastructure, speaking about the journey to zero emissions.

Today energy supply is expected to be renewable, affordable and reliable. How do we meet these challenges?
What is the future of energy in a low carbon world?

We will still need large scale storage, we still need to be able to manufacture chemicals, we still need to be able to economically run heavy transport. Is Power-to-X key to the development of the next energy market generation?

What is the potential in New Zealand for power-to-hydrogen, power-to-ammonia or power-to-gas projects?
How can we close gaps between science and real-world implementations?

Join Andrew and discuss with him the journey to an affordable and zero emissions energy future.

Andrew's presentation will be followed by a light lunch and the opportunity to interact with him and other participants.

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Andrew Clennett, Founder and CEO - Hiringa Energy

Andrew is a founder and CEO of Hiringa Energy, a company developing hydrogen supply infrastructure and zero emission solutions in NZ. He has held a number of senior management and executive roles in the energy sector including General Manager of Operations for Todd Energy and a Director of STOS. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) (Mechanical/Electrical) from the University of Tasmania, Australia, is a member of the Institute of Directors, and a Trustee of BeSafe Taranaki.

Venue:

BusinessNZ
3-11 Hunter Street
Wellington, Wellington 6011