The Centre for Energy Technology, the Heavy Industry Low-carbon Transition (HILT) CRC, and Mission Innovation's Net Zero Industries (NZI) Mission invite you to the third international forum on High Temperature Minerals Processing. 

The forum will build on the outcomes of the previous HiTeMP forums and identify the next steps for decarbonising heavy industry. Join world-leading experts and participate in the discussion to further shape a carbon-constrained future and prepare for the new, low-carbon economy.

When: Monday 26 September - Wednesday 28 September 2022
Where: National Wine Centre, Adelaide
Registration: Open now - virtual attendance options available.

Livestream for virtual participants

Virtual participants* may watch the HiTeMP-3 Forum Livestream during the event. Videos will be uploaded at the end of the day for those wishing to watch in different time zones.

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*Please note, only registered delegates will be sent a password to access the livestream, and a URL to access the videos.

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