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SunHydrogen names Woosuk Kim as COO and board director

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SunHydrogen has named Woosuk Kim as Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Board Director, effective immediately. Woosuk Kim is an experienced senior operations executive with a proven track record in scaling businesses internationally.

Mr. Kim is well-known for his leadership and strategic approach to operations management, and he has completed more than $4 billion in mergers, acquisitions, and joint partnerships. Mr. Kim’s position at SunHydrogen will be to accelerate the company’s technologies to commercialization while also leading the research team and strategic manufacturing partners. Mr. Kim will also be in charge of investment planning and assessment while the firm looks to invest in complementary hydrogen technology.

 “Having witnessed the evolution of the energy sector on a global stage and being at the forefront of clean energy partnerships and transactions, I am confident that we are only at the beginning of the clean energy technology revolution, I believe that my experience–particularly with respect to leading companies to scale effectively with smart, data-driven solutions – will prove pivotal to SunHydrogen as the company’s global relationships and brand footprint continue to expand.”

Woosuk Kim, COO.

 “Driven by our recent technological advancements and partnerships, as well as more favorable capital markets and anticipated improvements to the regulatory environment for clean energy technology companies, SunHydrogen is proud to add experienced, dynamic leadership with the addition of Woosuk Kim, His experience conducting global business operations and overseeing complex financial structures will be critical to our growth, especially as we pursue new partnerships and eventually customer agreements in various parts of the world. We look forward to his collaboration and guidance as we seek to take advantage of the momentum achieved over the past several months.”

Tim Young, CEO of SunHydrogen.
Arnes Biogradlija
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