Date: 1-2 December 2022
Venue: Wong Cheung Lo Hui Yuet Hall, City University of Hong Kong
The Sixth IPCC Assessment Report "The Physical Science Base of Climate Change" released on 9th August 2021 warns that it is only possible to avoid global warming of 1 .5°C or 2°C if massive and immediate cut in greenhouse gas emissions is made. In this part of the world China promises to strive to achieve carbon peak by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060, while Hong Kong being the foremost internationalised city of China also vows to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. To achieve these challenging goals, researchers and technical experts are exploring various zero carbon energy resources, among which hydrogen utilisation is one of the promising alternatives. Yet, there are many challenges ahead in the policies and technological development, safety precaution and infrastructure need for generation, distribution, storage and utilisation of hydrogen. This international conference will bring together policy makers, scientists, researchers, academia, engineers, green groups and other stakeholders for knowledge and experience sharing of their recent advancement in these areas. Policy makers, in particular, are invited to chart the policy directives in carbon neutrality in the region as well.
Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register through the online system at the link https://bit.ly/eihk-7th-int-conf.
An acknowledge e-mail together with payment instructions will be issued upon registration. Enrolment will be confirmed only after receipt of payment.
Regular Rate: HK$1,200
Member of Supporting Organisations / Students: HK$1,100
Members of Organisers / Co-organisers: HK$1,000
The original flyer can be downloaded here.