Ammonia Energy Conference 2021 – Australia

**call for abstracts is now open until Friday 25 June, 5PM AEST**

Ammonia – the new frontier for Australian energy exports

Join us on Thursday 26 – Friday 27 August in Melbourne, Victoria for the Ammonia Energy Conference 2021 – Australia. This year’s event is organised by AEA Australia, and hosted by CSIRO and Monash University.

AEA Australia 2019 conference, CSIRO Clayton
A packed out room at the 2019 conference, also at CSIRO Clayton. Click to visit a written wrap of the discussions.

Located in the main auditorium at CSIRO Clayton, we’ll gather in-person and virtually to hear two days of presentations, panel discussions and round-tables from leading figures in the Australian and international ammonia industries.

How will Australia take advantage of the huge opportunity presented by green ammonia exports? How does Australia develop, build and incentivise those export markets? How will the hydrogen community and the ammonia community work together in the coming years, and where are the best opportunities for collaboration? What cutting-edge R&D is currently being explored by research institutions and private companies?

We’ll touch on all these subjects and more at the Ammonia Energy Conference 2021 – Australia: don’t miss out. If you can’t make the conference in-person or virtually during broadcast hours don’t worry: all sessions will be recorded and made available to registrants.

AEA Australia 2019 virtual conference
Over two hundred attendees packed out the digital room at the 2020 virtual conference. Click to visit recordings of all the sessions via the AEA Australia YouTube channel.

Speaker details and program schedule to follow. The event will also include a reception dinner (evening Thursday 27 August), and a dedicated poster/networking session for students.

Interested in presenting or have a poster to submit? Our call for abstracts is currently open: submit your work here and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can (submissions close Friday 25 June, 5PM AEST).

Early-bird registrations will open soon, you can also join our mailing list for updates.