Australia-EU Green Hydrogen Dialogue

Scaling up and accelerating green hydrogen – technical / technological analysis

Scaling up and accelerating green hydrogen production, investment, and trade. Understanding the current state of play in EU, Australia and the Asia-Pacific region and emerging regulations, certification, and cross border issues

Social license and community acceptance

Exploration of social license and community acceptance dimensions and policy settings, regional energy transition, socio-economic and environmental impacts, access to water and community benefit-sharing, with a focus on the lessons from the EU.

Renewable energy in the green hydrogen supply chain – scaling constraints

Provision of renewables (including solar PV, onshore and offshore wind) in developing green hydrogen – capacity, regulation, supply chains, permitting and planning regimes

Finance and investment in green hydrogen

The cost of capital and capital flows between the EU and Australia. Incentives for overseas investors and connection to sustainable finance taxonomy developments in the EU and Australia.

Opportunities beyond hydrogen

Power to X, opportunity for secondary conversions to drive industry decarbonisation, especially aviation, maritime, rail, chemical synthesis. Driving indirect electrification through low/zero carbon fuel derivates.

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Co-team leads

Marian Schoen
Project Director European Union-Australian Climate Business Network
Dr Rahman Daiyan
Chief Investigator - ARC Training Centre for Global Hydrogen Economy (GlobH2E) University of New South Wales

Project experts

Chris Lee
CEO Climate-KIC Australia
Sven Teske
Associate Professor and Research Director Institute for Sustainable Futures
Thomas Gao
Business Development Manager - Powerfuels including Hydrogen Network NSW Decarbonisation Innovation Hub


Funded by

This activity is part of the European Union Climate Dialogues Project (EUCDs) and is funded by the European Union.

Project partners