Green hydrogen is tipped to play a major role in Australia’s shift to net zero emissions, but what exactly will that look like? What is stopping hydrogen from being a current major fuel source? How can hydrogen be used on farms?
In the latest in our Road to Net Zero webinar series, we are taking a closer look at the role of hydrogen in the future of net zero emissions agriculture.
Join us to hear from Dr Daniel Roberts, leader of CSIRO’s Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform.
The Road to Net Zero webinar series explores the reasons for reducing emissions, the different solutions available and industry progress towards carbon neutrality. To date, we have looked into livestock emissions, trade impacts and a four-part series on soils. Catch up on all our previous webinars here.
Dr Daniel Roberts
Daniel leads CSIRO’s Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform. The Hydrogen FSP plays an important role in CSIRO’s broad hydrogen RD&D program, by providing a strong scientific and technical foundation to CSIRO’s work in enabling a renewable energy export industry based on hydrogen. By creating new capabilities and technologies across the hydrogen value chain, this work will enable significant decarbonisation of power and transport sectors.
Before taking on the FSP role, Daniel led the High Efficiency Thermal and Electrochemical Technologies research group within CSIRO Energy. He continues to play a senior role in CSIRO’s research activities in the area of gasification for hydrogen production, as well as thermochemical pathways for boienergy production from biomass and waste.
Daniel has more than 20 years’ experience in the study of the fundamentals of gasification and combustion and their application to industrial scale systems. He has a background in environmental chemistry (Macquarie University) and chemical engineering (the University of Newcastle).