Adelaide  |  Thursday 9 May 2024

You’re invited to attend Weld Australia’s South Australia Industry Drinks—a night of networking with industry colleagues. This event is free for all attendees, whether you’re a Weld Australia member or not. So bring your colleagues. Just be sure to register quickly. Places are already filling fast.

Weld Australia has partnered with W.E.S.S. to bring you this event, which will provide insights into hydrogen technologies, as well as welding safety and compliance from a practical perspective. Discover how hydrogen technologies can be used to help regional energy security and the de-carbonising of our economy. Hear from Matt Wagenfeld (Head of Operations, Hydrogen Systems Australia) and Geoff Crittenden (CEO, Weld Australia).

Event Details

  • Date: Thursday 9 May
  • Time: 5.30pm to 8.30pm
  • Venue: Coopers Ale House
  • Room: Thomas Cooper Room
  • Address: 560 Main N Rd, Blair Athol SA SA 5084
  • Cost: Free for all attendees

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About the Speaker

Matt Wagenfeld (Head of Operations, Hydrogen Systems Australia)

Matt is an Operations and Engineering Manager in the clean energy hydrogen field with broad-based skills acquired through working for more than 30 years in leadership roles in Australia, Germany, and China mainly within first tier automotive industry suppliers, such as Bosch and Denso. His hydrogen journey started at the end of 2016, when he began leading projects such as developing a hydrogen-based energy simulator for off-grid applications, instigating the development of a specific fuel cell DC-DC convertor, and being the Engineering Manager responsible for the design of the fuel cell power system used in Toyota’s Eco-Park Hydrogen Demonstrator site in Altona Victoria.

In early 2019, he joined Australian Standards Hydrogen Technology Committee ME-093 as a founding member responsible for all Australian Hydrogen Standards as well as liaising with ISO and IEC mirror committees oversees. His international connections, membership of the Australian German Chamber of Commerce, visits to the Tokyo Fuel Cell EXPOs, and specialist training in Toronto all keep him abreast of the latest developments.