Australia's Path to Net Zero 2050
Wed, 09 Nov 2022 | 6:00pm NSW/VIC/ACT | 5:30pm SA/NT | 3:00pm WA | 5:00pm QLD
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The challenge that has been set for the world’s nations is to achieve “net zero by 2050” – to limit global warming to < 2 degrees C. The presentation seeks to develop a realistic high-level analysis and model of the transition to technological “net zero by 2050” for Australia, to use this model to provide a basis for a plan for the transition to 2050, and broadly quantify the magnitude of the tasks ahead.
The approach is to:
• Understand which parts of the economy produce CO2
• Model electricity as it is generated today, and how it can be decarbonized by 2050
• Model all energy consumption in the economy and how fossil fuel use can be eliminated by 2050 via renewably generated electricity, and green hydrogen and its derivatives.
Michael Bielinski is Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Energy in the Australia Pacific region.
Siemens Energy Pty Ltd was formed on 01/02/2020 as a carve out of the Siemens’ energy businesses in Australia and the Pacific. The company is wholly owned subsidiary of “Siemens Energy” based in Germany.
Siemens Energy is an independent global energy business which combines Siemens’ Power Generation, Oil & Gas, HV Transmission, Marine, Hydrogen and related Service businesses. The global company has 88,000 employees and yearly revenues of Euro 27 B.
Michael has spent over 35 years working in the energy sector. Beginning as a cadet engineer with the Electricity Commission of NSW, he spent a decade working in operational power plants. He joined Siemens in 1996 and has subsequently work in plant design, project management, and business management. He has worked on projects and sites in Australia, England, Germany, Thailand and Brazil.
In his most recent role at Siemens, Michael has been responsible for Siemens’ Australia and Pacific businesses in Power Generation, Oil & Gas, HV Transmission, Marine, and Hydrogen.
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Date and time
November 09 2022
6:00pm NSW/VIC/ACT | 5:30pm SA/NT | 3:00pm WA | 5:00pm QLD
South Australia and Northern Territory
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