Virtual Business Conference

Hydrogen - a key element of the future Energy Infrastructure | 22 March 2021

Virtual Business Delegation 

Australia and Germany are at the dawn of massive opportunity to deepen the bilateral cooperation through Hydrogen. Building on the close cooperation in many industrial sectors and the hydrogen expertise in both countries, there is a significant prospect to align the Australian supply with the need of German and European industry to decarbonise. To deepen that bilateral relationship, the German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce will host a virtual industry conference on the 22 March 2021 surrounding a virtual business delegation for German companies connected to the Hydrogen and Energy Infrastructure industry. The delegation will take place between the 22 and 26 March. The overarching goal of the delegation is to support German SMEs in finding business partners and collaborations in the Australian market. The program is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.  

During the virtual industry conference on the 22 March 2021, Australian professionals from the hydrogen and energy infrastructure industry will give in-depth information about the trends and developments within the industry. Also, the delegates from the German companies will present their innovative products. The virtual conference will further be an excellent networking platform for all participants and will allow a timeframe for one-on-one meetings.   

Within the timeframe of the delegation, German company representatives will meet virtually with potential Australian business partners (one-on-one Business Partner matchings), which will be organised by German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce. 

Conference Video

Virtual Conference - 22 March 2021

Main programme 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm (AEDT) | Virtual doors open at 3:30 pm


Conference Outline

Featuring key speakers from Australia and Germany, the event presents an opportunity to learn more about the Hydrogen and Energy Infrastructure in both countries. German companies will showcase their innovative products and share their experience, while Australian counterparts give insights into the Australian industry. The conference will further be an excellent networking platform for all participants. 

  • 2 Australian and 2 German renewable energy experts and professionals will give in-depth information about the trends and developments within the hydrogen and energy infrastructure industry
  • 8 Delegation participants will showcase their innovations and technologies focusing on case studies
  • Conference has the possibility to network with Delegates, Speakers and Attendees
  • Conference is part of a virtual delegation which allows direct 1:1 contact with German Business Delegates from 23/03 until 26/03 to start a conversation about future collaboration - speak to us if you want to get in touch with the German delegates which are listed below.

The conference programme can be found here.

Delegation Participants


2G Energy AG is an internationally leading manufacturer of combined heat and power plants for the decentralized supply of electrical and thermal energy on the basis of gas engines driven by natural gas, biogas, sewage gas, landfill gas or hydrogen. The portfolio includes plants with an electrical output of 20 up to 2,000 kW. The customer base ranges from the agricultural to the public sector as well as commercial enterprises, the chemical industry, food & beverage industry, manufacturing industry and also the utility / energy sector.

In addition to its headquarters in Heek, in the Münsterland region of Germany, with development and production, 2G also has another site in the USA and other European countries. Since it was founded in 1995, 2G has commissioned more than 6,500 plants worldwide.

2G is already active in Australia since 2014. By the End of 2020, 25x units have already been successfully installed. These installed Units are ranging from 100kWel to 1500kWel. Locations include QLD, NSW, VIC and SA.


Plant experts with excellent service -Tailor-made plant construction

The tradition of the Wurzen plant construction dates back to 1879. CRYOTEC Anlagenbau GmbH develops tomorrow's technology with the know-how shaped by its historical roots.

With the foundation of today's CRYOTEC Anlagenbau GmbH ( in 1995 by Peter Bienert, the focus of the company since then has been on innovative solutions for air separation plants, CO2 technologies, liquefaction plants and special applications for technical gases. Since 2009 CRYOTEC Anlagenbau GmbH belongs to the internationally operating plant construction EPC Group. The resulting synergies enabled the product range to be significantly expanded once again.

Our plants are designed in such a way that they function perfectly even under extreme climatic conditions and offer our customers the necessary safety in their daily business. Cryotec plants have proven themselves internationally: Whether in Germany, Africa or South America, in the Middle East or Eastern Europe - our plants run reliably and safely worldwide.


Fichtner is an independent technical consultancy firm, supporting energy and infrastructure projects worldwide.

Around 1500 specialists from four business sectors - Energy, Renewable Energies & Environment, Water & Infrastructure, Consulting & IT - work together under one roof. This enables Fichtner to mobilize interdisciplinary teams at short notice.

Fichtner has more than 30 years’ experience in planning and realizing hydrogen projects and is one of the most competent partners in this sector. With its experts in hydrogen, energy economics, PV, wind and power & gas infrastructure, Fichtner is able to provide all aspects of hydrogen projects from a single source.



HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH is a global leader in high voltage and high current test systems and measurement equipment with experience of more than 110 years and with an export share of about 90 percent. At the factory in Dresden, Germany, HIGHVOLT develops and manufactures systems for testing electric power equipment used to transfer electrical energy, such as transformers, cables, and switchgears. The long standing company provides complete solutions with all consulting and maintenance services from entire test bays right down to individual components.



ILF is an engineering consultancy with offices in Germany, Arab Emirates, Thailand and 35 other countries. Since 50 years, ILF has realized 6,000 large industrial and infrastructure projects. 2,400 employees support clients in energy, oil and gas, water, and transportation. ILF offers consulting, engineering and project management services including energy system planning, project concepts, design, construction and commissioning supervision of plants.

ILF’s hydrogen expertise covers the entire value chain of production, transportation, storage and deployment of hydrogen, ammonia and methanol. This includes the design of renewable electricity generation, water supply, hydrogen production and storage, transport of power, water and gases.  

J. Schneider Elektrotechnik GmbH

Since the est. of the company in 1939, J. Schneider Elektrotechnik GmbH with production in Germany has become thanks to its innovation one of the leading suppliers of industrial power supplies for transformers, DC UPS systems capacitor or battery-based and Ultra-Capacitor-Voltage-Stabilizers.

Customer requirements are in focus for the development of high quality products. If transformers for renewable energy or DC UPS systems, the requirements of the products are various:

- Customized transformers / Reactors up to 10MVA / 36kV
- UPS-systems (AC/DC or DC/DC) Battery-based up to 800A or Capacitor-based up to 40A
- Ultra-Capacitor-Voltage-Stabilizers (AC/AC)


Remote Control Technology GmbH

Remote Control Technology GmbH, founded in 2004 and located in Bad Endbach, Germany, is a leading specialists for smart, modular remote monitoring systems for tanks and technical installations in industry and energy sector, especially for demanding ATEX applications. The main focus is on level control of liquid and gaseous media in storage tanks (e.g. LPG, oil, diesel, A1 fuels, technical and medical gases, water, chemicals) and energy controlling of buildings (e.g. remote monitoring of counters, temperature, pressure, humidity, heating and air conditioning systems). Software applications developed in-house enable intelligent data management up to integration in IoT processes (Industry 4.0).

Reuther STC GmbH

The roots of Reuther STC GmbH go back into the late 19th century in Germany and the company has since consistently adapted to a changing environment by extending its product range and becoming a reliable partner for a green future. Today, Reuther STC GmbH is manufacturing components for wind power plants and pressure storage tanks for hydrogen. The tanks allow for hydrogen to be used for long-term storage of energy and are an ideal component in combination with renewable energy sources like wind power. Excess energy can be stored as hydrogen and used as fuel or be converted back into electricity. The tanks endure exceptionally high material stress and withstand big differences in temperatures and pressure.