Hydrogen Infrastructure: building a sustainable network

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Hydrogen Infrastructure: building a sustainable network

About the speaker
  • Michael Jessup
    Michael Jessup
    Special Counsel (Energy) at Port of Newcastle
    Michael has worked in private practice in Sydney and London markets, including most recently at Ashurst LLP where he was part of the construction dispute practice. Michael’s experience spans across several sectors of the construction industry, including large-scale public infrastructure projects, renewable energy and mining. Michael has been working with the Port of Newcastle’s Commercial and Legal teams since 2021, and most recently on the development of our Clean Energy Precinct.

Key takeaways

Minimizing hydrogen losses during transportation is a crucial challenge for hydrogen infrastructure development.

Building strong infrastructure and promoting collaboration among local projects are vital for transitioning from coal to cleaner energy sources.

The port of Rotterdam serves as an excellent model for the advancement of hydrogen infrastructure.