TFP Hydrogen names Head of Innovation

TFP Hydrogen, a PEM electrolyser material expert, has named Dr. Srijita Nundy as Head of Innovation.

Nundy was a key contributor to the development of top-notch catalysts and coatings necessary for the production of hydrogen since he joined the technology team at TFP Hydrogen in August 2022.

As Head of Innovation, Nundy will play a key part in putting TFP Hydrogen’s innovation roadmap into action and making sure the business is ready to assist the expansion of the hydrogen sector.

Commissioner Simson discusses energy and renewable hydrogen in in South Africa

Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson is in South Africa today and tomorrow, having just returned from a mission to Mozambique. She will be talking about potential investments in wind, hydrogen, and electricity grids, as well as exchanging information on South Africa’s efforts to fulfill its just transition program and move closer to a cleaner energy system.

The EU is encouraging nations to commit to global goals to double the rate of energy efficiency gains by 2030 and quadruple installed renewable energy capacity in the run-up to COP28. Additionally, it is moving on with its efforts to establish Just Energy Transition Partnerships with foreign allies.

Next Hydrogen names new CCO

Rob Campbell was named Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) by Next Hydrogen. With an emphasis on the hydrogen, fuel cell, and solar industries, Campbell offers a successful background in senior leadership roles in the worldwide clean technology sector.

Mr. Campbell held executive positions with First Hydrogen Corp.’s Energy business, Ballard Power, a pioneer in the fuel cell sector, as CEO and President, SoloPower Systems Inc., and Hydrogenics (bought by Cummins) before joining Next Hydrogen. He graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and York University’s Schulich School of Business with an MBA in Finance and Marketing.

Victorian Industry Minister Natalie Hutchins to unveil refueling station in Clayton

To support research and training for the developing industry, Victorian Industry Minister Natalie Hutchins will formally unveil a $2.5 million refueling station in Clayton on Thursday.

Over ten hydrogen fuel-cell automobiles can be stored at the refueling station’s 80 kg of hydrogen storage capacity. There are now only 50 to 100 hydrogen-powered cars on the road in Australia, namely the Hyundai Nexo and the Toyota Mirai.

A crucial component of CSIRO’s efforts to create a commercially viable hydrogen sector, the servo has the potential to serve as a model for a larger network.

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