Join us on the 15th July as we hear a Siemens review of hydrogen production technologies and examples of nuclear power reactors that enable high-efficiency hydrogen production.
As identified in the Australian Government’s Technology Investment Roadmap Discussion Paper, establishing cost-effective hydrogen production could be one of the key opportunities for Australia’s low emissions future.
This webinar will review hydrogen production technologies and show examples of nuclear power reactors that enable high-efficiency hydrogen production.
Business Development Manager | Siemens Ltd Smart Infrastructure
Warner Priest is the Business Development Manager for Distributed Energy Systems and Emerging Technologies in the Smart Infrastructure business within Siemens Australia. He is a member of CIGRE and sat on the Australian CIGRE AP B5 committee for 10 years and was a member of the Australian Protection Symposium committee.
Warner’s field of expertise stem from ~ 25 years’ experience in the energy industry, with a particular focus on making our energy systems smarter.
He has a global view of Energy applications for Utilities, Oil & Gas, Industry, Metals & Mining, Renewable Energy, MicroGrids, Renewable Hydrogen Production and Large-Scale Energy Storage, with extensive experience in the field of power systems ranging from 400V up to and including 400kV.
He initiated and helped draft the Hydrogen Roadmap for South Australia in 2017 and the Australian National Hydrogen Roadmap with CSIRO in 2018.
Chair | EA Sydney Division NEP
Tony Irwin is a Chartered Engineer who worked for British Energy in the UK for more than thirty years commissioning and operating 8 nuclear power reactors.
In 1999 he moved to Australia and joined ANSTO where he was the Commissioning Manager and then first Reactor Manager of ANSTO’s new OPAL research reactor.
Tony is Chair of Engineers Australia Sydney Division Nuclear Engineering Panel, Technical Director of SMR Nuclear Technology Pty Ltd and an Honorary Associate Professor at the ANU where he is the principal lecturer for Nuclear Reactors and the Nuclear Fuel Cycle.
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