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Industry Update Breakfast with Alpha HPA, NERA, NEOEN & CQH2

Gladstone Engineering Alliance’s Industry Update Breakfast provides information about projects, activities and opportunities in the Queensland region that help you connect to project leaders and other businesses.

On 24 June 2021 Alpha HPA will provide an update on the development of their $309 million high-purity alumina industrial plant in Gladstone.

NERA – National Energy Resources Australia will also discuss the network of hydrogen technology clusters across Australia and how the Central Queensland Hydrogen Ecosystem, based in Gladstone, fits within that framework.

NEOEN will discuss the general challenges facing the renewable energy sector, the development of the Mt Hopeful Wind Farm, 30km south of Rockhampton, and other projects Neoen are undertaking in Central Queensland.

CQH2 is a Central Queensland organisation with a mission to create the environment for the region to be a benchmark for renewable hydrogen adaption. 

Cluster Composition comprise:

  • Gladstone Engineering Alliance
  • Start Up Gladstone
  • Gladstone Ports Corporation
  • Gladstone Regional Council
  • Central Queensland University
  • Department of State Development
  • Regional Development Australia

This is a fantastic opportunity to interact with leaders, network, and forge alliances with other likeminded individuals over breakfast.

This GEA Industry Update Breakfast is presented by CQG Consulting.

Date: Thursday, 24 June 2021

Time: 7.00am to 9.30am

Venue: Yaralla Sports Club

Cost: $ 60pp (GEA members)  $90pp (non-members)

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Date

Jun 24 2021

Time

7:00 am - 9:30 am

Cost

$ 60 (members / $ 90 (non-members)

Location

Yaralla Sports Club
O'Connel Street, Barney Point QLD 4680
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Organizer

GEA
Phone
07 4972 9060
Email
info@gea.asn.au
Website
https://gea.asn.au