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Thermo Fisher Scientific and CPH2 team up to give renewable hydrogen production the green light

Thermo Fisher Scientific and CPH2 team up to give renewable hydrogen production the green light. Join this new webinar to discover more. 

About this webinar: 

Most developed nations have announced clean energy strategies to reduce their CO2 emissions, aiming to reach ‘net zero’ within the next few decades. The use of fossil fuels must soon become a thing of the past if this goal is to be realized, with alternative energy sources making up the inevitable shortfall. Clearly, the absence of traditional fuels will leave big shoes to fill, and whichever energy source comes out on top must be underpinned by the infrastructure to produce and transport the large quantities of fuel needed to sustain society’s ever-increasing reliance on electrified technologies.

Hydrogen is a promising alternative to oil and gas and, with the European Commission featuring it heavily in Europe’s roadmap to decarbonization,1hydrogen-based technologies are poised to undergo rapid development in the coming decade.  

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By attending this webinar, you will learn:

How online gas analysis mass spec helps electrolyzer developers increase their technology's efficacy and efficiency.

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About the webinar speakers: 

As a lab technician, Bridie Haxby joined Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2) in March 2020, just before the national lockdown. She was quickly promoted to lead chemist, then lead scientist, and recently promoted to lab supervisor in the R&D department.

Bridie's primary duties are testing the performance of the electrolyzer and how it works in a full system. She's in charge of testing the MFE products by managing a testing schedule to meet the business strategy goals. Bridie provides test data and reports showing how the electrolyzer design meets the standards on the technical specification sheets—discovering new methods to improve the design and performance of the electrolyzers. She is also involved in other exciting projects, such as designing a new R&D test facility and a large-scale test rig.

Bridie Haxby | LinkedIn

Daniel Merriman has worked in the field of process analytics since joining the former VG Instruments business in 1988 now a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, holding many positions in technical, sales and marketing – he is now supporting the strategic marketing group within the Environmental and Process Monitoring business of Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Daniel Merriman | LinkedIn

Who should attend this event?

Green Hydrogen Producers, Electrolyzer Manufacturers and Green Hydrogen Technology Developers. Book your place below. 

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