H2E proud to announce the first ever hydrogen day celebration in Australia! The first-ever National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day took place in the United State on October 8th 2015. It was created by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association "http://www.fchea.org/" in 2015 to raise awareness of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies as well as the vast potential the technologies have today and in future. The specific date was chosen, as in the United States 8th of October is written as October 8th or more commonly as 10/08, and 1.008 is the atomic weight of Hydrogen. We are bringing the event to Australia to make the National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day can become the International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day. US Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association has confirmed that this will be the very first 10/08 Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day celebrated in Australia, so the event makes it the first-ever International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day.
Our event has been featured in the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day webpage by the FCHEA in the US.
“I Support Fuel Cells and Hydrogen”
Collaborating with Innovate Australia
The prospect of Hydrogen Economy generates a lot of questions. Will hydrogen reduce the cost of transport? Will it help Australia to achieve fuel security, reduce dependence on overseas suppliers, and dramatically lower Australian transport industries carbon footprint?
What role can Hydrogen Society of Australia's Hydrogen Highway project for heavy transport, consisting of a network of hydrogen refilling stations for hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) along National Highway 95, play in helping Australia to become the leader in hydrogen heavy haulage?
What needs to come first, hydrogen infrastructure of hydrogen trucks? Can we do both simultaneously? Are there any other innovative solutions?
Introducing green Hydrogen (100% renewable energy with zero emissions) to energize the Australian Biome project in Perth, as well as connecting energy with water and food in nexus way of thinking. . The focus of Australian Biome Project will be a strong indigenous component, to demonstrate traditional ways of living, bush food, medicines, art and cultural expression and linking past with present and future through a range of galleries and virtual reality theatres.
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An ambitious tourism project is taking off at Perth airport. The proposed five giant bio-domes to showcase WA's unique flora and fauna and indigenous culture. The Australian Biome Project consultants working under Universal Network Services are actively working to bring Hydrogen technology to WA with our part in the Hydrogen Highway working group and active members of the Hydrogen Society of Australia.
H2E Group prouds to be involved.