The Future Fuels CRC (FFCRC) will move some upcoming activities online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Originally planned for an in-person event in Victoria, the FFCRC Researcher Conference will now become an online event involving webinars, collaborative events and social opportunities, in a move the CRC said will leave the event not beholden to changing interstate travel restrictions.
FFCRC is also in the process of replacing this month’s face-to-face dissemination seminar with a webinar series to share and discuss research findings and information, with details to be made available soon.
FFCRC CEO David Norman said the group had continued to make progress on its work over the past month, meeting with hydrogen and gas counterparts in Europe and the UK.
“Also, this month we have made significant progress developing a platform for sharing knowledge across the whole Australia hydrogen industry,” he said.
“Working with our core partners CSIRO and NERA we are now deep in the data collection stage and expect to be at the prototype stage early in quarter three.”
The FFCRC is focused on enabling the decarbonisation of Australia’s energy networks by working in collaboration with its partners across the industrial, academic and political sectors.
For more information visit the Future Fuels CRC website.
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