2nd Annual Hydrogen Connect Summit 6-7 Sept 2023
6-7 September 2023
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Audience Profile

Attendance by Seniority

Attendance by Region

Attendance by Region within QLD

Attendance by Industry

Attendance by Supply Chain

After a highly successful inaugural event which attracted over 400 C-suite decision makers and key industry stakeholders, (H2Q) Hydrogen Queensland’s much anticipated 2nd Annual Hydrogen Connect Summit returns to the BCEC on 6 & 7 September 2023.

Access local, interstate and international decision makers spanning a variety of industries including Transport, Oil & Gas, Mining & Metals, Resources & Energy, Government, Academia, Hydrogen Development, Agriculture, Research, Science, Innovation, and other hard to abate industry off takers.

Do business with senior level executives across the entire hydrogen supply chain; manufacturers, producers, service providers and end users.

A look at companies represented:
ABEL Energy | Acciona Energia | Advisian | Advivo ICP | AECOM | AfriPlasma Australia | Airswift | AJD Farming | Alchemy Recruitment Consulting | Allens | Alumina | Amarna Energy | Ampol Australia | Anteotech | APA Group | APT Publications | APW Fuel | Ardent Underground | Argus Media | Ark Energy | Arrow Energy | Arup | Attexo Group | Aurecon | Aurizon | Austrade | Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) | Australian Federal Government | Australian Gas Association | Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) | Australian Hydrogen Research Network (AHRN) | Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) | Australian Solar Coorporation | BBBlimp | BDO | Bell Bay Hydrogen Cluster (BBAMZ) | Bengal Energy Australia | BLK Auto | Blue Economy CRC | BMT | BOC – Linde Group | Bridgeport Energy | Brisbane Economic Development Agency | Bundaberg Regional Council | Bureau Veritas | Cambridge Group | Carberry Environmental Consulting | Chevron | Clean Energy Regulator (CER) | Consult.in | CPB Contractors | CQ University | CQH2 Technology Cluster | CS Energy | CSIRO | Cummins | DB Schenker | Australian Government, Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water | Australian Government, Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning | DNV | Doral Energy | Draeger Australia | Drake Energy and Maritime Consulting | EconomX | Edify Energy | Emerald Coaches | Endua | Eneos Australia | Energyco NSW | Engineering Institute of Technology | Fabrum Solutions | Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) | Foton Mobility | Future Fuels CRC | Fyfe | Genesis Energies | George Town Council | Geotechnicoal | German Chamber of Industry and Commerce | GHD | GM Media | Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre | GPA Engineering | Green H24u | Griffith University | H2 Energy | H2 Energy Company | H2H Energy | Hamilton Locke | Harding Innovation Consulting | Hiringa Energy | Horizon Educational | Horticulture Innovation Australia | HQ Plantations | Hydrogen Queensland (H2Q) | Hydrogen Society of Australia | Hydrogen Taskforce | Hydrogen West | Hydroverse | Hyzon Motors | Industrial Gas Fitting Master Plumbers Association of Queensland | Inglis Consultants | Integrated Energy | IOR | Iwatani Australia | Jan Bilek | Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) | Jemena | John Holland | Kansai Electric Power Co | KPMG | Large Scale Solar Australia | Linfox | Lion Energy | Logan City Council | Mader Queensland | Marubeni Corporation | Meat and Livestock Australia | Mondiaux | MOV3MENT | MPC Kinetic | National Energy Resources (NERA) | NDE Solutions | Newton Pipe & Associated | North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation | Norton Rose Fulbright | NSW Treasury, Office of Energy and Climate Change | NSW Government, Department of Planning and Environment | Octopus Australia | Origin Energy | Orrcon Steel | Parker Hannifin | Petrofac | Pipeline Actuation and Control | Plug Power | Powerlink Queensland | PwC | QFleet | Queensland Government, Department Energy and Public Works | Queensland Government, Department of Employment, Small Business and Training | Queensland Government, Department of Energy and Public Works | Queensland Government, Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water | Queensland Government, Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning | Queensland Government, Office of Industrial Relations | Queensland Government, Office of The Coordinator-General | Queensland Government, Resources Safety and Health Queensland | Queensland Robotics | Queensland Treasury | Queensland Treasury Corporation | Queensland University of Technology | Redland City Council | Reliance Industries | Rheinmetall Defence Australia | Rio Tinto | Sage Consulting Solutions | Scaling Green Hydrogen CRC | Sealink Travel Group | Senex | Shamrock Civil Engineering | Shell QGC | Snowy Hydro | Solarig Australia | South Australia, Department for Energy and Mining | South Australia, Office of The Minister for Energy and Mining | Sprintr | Stanwell Corporation | Star Scientific Limited | Sumitomo Australia | Sumitomo Corporation | Synergen Met | Tafe Queensland | TFA Project Group | The BOC Group | The Hydrogen Collective | The Hydrogen Utility (h2u) | Tim Jarvis Consulting | TLOU Energy | Tokyo University, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology | Toll Global Express | Townsville Enterprise Limited | Townsville Port | Trade and Investment Queensland | Transdev Queensland | Transit Systems | Translink | University of Queensland | Urbis | Australia Government, Vehicle Standards, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Comms and the Arts | Veolia Water Technologies Australia and New Zealand | Verbrec | Victorian Hydrogen Hub – Swinburne University | Volvo Group Australia | Western Downs Regional Council | Wildfire Energy | Worley | WSP Australia | Yurika |

Thank you to our 2022 partners for supporting the Hydrogen Connect Summit.

Principal Partner

Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor




Media Partners

Destination Partners

For more than a century, The University of Queensland (UQ) has delivered knowledge leadership for a better world. 

The most prestigious and widely recognised rankings of world universities consistently place UQ among the world’s top universities.

UQ has also won more national teaching awards than any other Australian university. This commitment to quality teaching empowers our 56,000 current students, who study across UQ’s 3 campuses, to create positive change for society.

Our research has global impact, delivered by an interdisciplinary research community of more than 1,500 researchers at our 6 faculties, 8 research institutes and more than 100 research centres. 

Visit uq.edu.au

We provide the world’s preeminent corporations and financial institutions with a full business law service. We have more than 3,500 lawyers and other legal staff based in Australia, Asia, Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.

Recognized for our industry focus, we are strong across all the key industry sectors: energy, infrastructure and resources; financial institutions; consumer markets; transport; technology; and life sciences and healthcare. Through our global risk advisory group, we leverage our industry experience with our knowledge of legal, regulatory, compliance and governance issues to provide our clients with practical solutions to the legal and regulatory risks facing their businesses.

Visit nortonrosefulbright.com

Parker Hannifin is a Fortune 250 global leader in motion and control technologies. For more than a century the company has been enabling engineering breakthroughs that lead to a better tomorrow. The company’s engineering expertise spans the core motion and control technologies –electromechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic, fluid and gas handling, filtration, engineered materials, climate control, process control and aerospace. This in turn uniquely positions the company to help solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges.

Hydrogen is becoming an increasingly attractive option for many businesses who are looking to reduce emissions. Parker’s H2 range includes products suited to very high pressures and low temperatures such as valves, filters, manifolds, fluid controls, high-pressure hoses, connectors and sealing solutions, as well as EC79-compliant products.

Visit www.parker.com

CS Energy is a Queensland-owned and based energy company that provides power to some of our state’s biggest industries and employers. We generate and sell electricity, we are an energy retailer to commercial and industrial businesses, and we are investing in new energy assets including renewable hydrogen, solar and wind farms, and storage.

Visit www.csenergy.com.au

The H2TCA network enables vital connection, collaboration, and alignment of action across Australia to support the emerging hydrogen industry. The cluster network reduces duplication and identifies gaps in the development, deployment, and commercialisation of new hydrogen-focussed technologies.

Visit nera.org.au

The Australia Japan Business Co-operation Committee (AJBCC) was established in Australia on 28th August 1962 and its counterpart, the Japan Australia Business Co-operation Committee (JABCC) was inaugurated on 6th February 1963.

Visit ajbcc.asn.au

The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK Australien), with offices in Sydney and Melbourne, has over 40 years of experience and a competent team of experts and partners who can deal with all facets of the Australian market. AHKs are the key players of German foreign business development on behalf of the Federal Republic of Germany. With over 340 current members, AHK Australien’s mission is to create value for members, customers and government stakeholders by increasing bilateral business opportunities and developing growth initiatives in the strategic overlap of both countries.

Visit australien.ahk.de

The Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA) is a not for profit membership body dedicated to promoting the significance of hydrogen as a clean fuel and energy storage solution and increasing the visibility and use of hydrogen. It was launched in January 2018 by Innovate Australia, Woodside and Siemens representatives.

Visit hydrogensociety.org.au

Ensuring all infrastructure delivers social, cultural, environmental and economic benefit.

Visit iscouncil.org

Energy is a thought-leading, technology-neutral magazine, developed to help the industry answer some of the critical questions it is currently grappling with.

Visit energymagazine.com.au

Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters across the global energy spectrum. We help energy leaders understand the geopolitical and economic factors underpinning current events, giving them a view on what’s coming next.

Visit energyvoice.com

Through its website, print and digital magazines, webinars, newsletters and events, H2 View is the go-to source for hydrogen energy news, views and information. Providing a balanced and impartial viewpoint about what’s going on in the hydrogen sector, the H2 View team is backed up by an Editorial Advisory Board of key stakeholders in the hydrogen value chain, including two representatives from the Hydrogen Council. From fuel cells to electrolysers, policy to rollout, and everything in between, learn more at www.h2-view.com

The use and application of products and services across the Medium Voltage to Very High Voltage Electricity Supply Industry of Australia and New Zealand.

Visit powertrans.com.au/transmission-and-distribution

InnovationAus.com is an independent publication that reports on government policy as it affects technology-based innovation across the nation’s growth industries. From mining and agriculture to financial services, MedTech, cyber security and advanced manufacturing, the journalism focuses on the opportunities that align with Australia’s strategic priorities and connects government, institutional researchers, investors, entrepreneurs and the mainstream business community.

Visit innovationaus.com

Since its launch in early 2012, RenewEconomy.com.au has emerged as Australia’s best informed and most read web-site focusing on clean energy news and analysis, as well as climate policy.

Visit reneweconomy.com.au

Association Internationale des Palais de Congres (AIPC) for Excellence in Convention Centre Management:

> 2020-2022: Runner Up – World’s Best Convention Centre

> 2016-2018: Winner – World’s Best Convention Centre

Visit bcec.com.au