the voice of hydrogen and fuel cells in Australia
About the AAHE
The Australian Association for Hydrogen Energy (AAHE) was formed in late 2009 as the national association promoting the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier, its integration in the Australian energy economy, and the development and deployment of hydrogen energy technologies, such as fuel cells.
Building on the success of the 2008 World Hydrogen Energy Conference, held in Brisbane, the AAHE has been established to represent a wide range of Australian stakeholders, from industry and academia, to federal, state and local government, that have an interest in hydrogen and its role in clean energy and transportation.
Our role is to co-ordinate representation of hydrogen energy interests in Australia to:
- support the development of effective policy and regulatory frameworks for the widespread, safe and efficient adoption of hydrogen and associated technologies;
- facilitate networking between industry, government, and academia through a range of events, tools and publications developed for AAHE members;
- promote awareness and understanding of the role of hydrogen to the wider Australian public through media exposure, education and dissemination activities;
- enable the realization of business opportunities in the hydrogen space through linkages with technology and service providers, technical expertise, finance and operational partners, in Australia and worldwide.