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Hydrogen: The Fuel of the Future
May 9 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Humanity’s energy journey has been ever evolving from burning wood, then coal, then oil, then natural gas (CH4) on its way to the ultimate fuel: hydrogen (H2). Hydrogen links our renewable solar, wind and water electrical generation assets to not only our natural gas energy grid but also to our transportation sector. It has the potential to revolutionize how we think about and use energy.
Hydrogenics is a company with over 70 years of experience in hydrogen products and is the only company worldwide with industrial scale deployments in both fuel cell and electrolysis technology.
At this event you will learn about the technology, the products, the projects, the challenges, the advantages and the opportunities for renewable hydrogen.
Our presenter, Ms. Anna Murray, P.Eng. joined Hydrogenics in 2012 and was responsible for managing several programs spanning the entire international organization. Based out of the head office in Mississauga, she has managed developments for products in all the business areas supplied by Hydrogenics such as a complete hydrogen energy system for a remote mine in Northern Quebec and a fuelling station for California. She has worked on fuel cells for the mobile market, including the design and development of a custom fuel cell engine for the world’s first hydrogen powered commuter trains in Germany. She has also worked on large scale Power-to-Gas applications and was responsible for the design and installation of a first of a kind plant in North America, which is one of the largest in the world. She is one of only a handful of experts worldwide with practical experience in all aspects of the hydrogen economy. She is currently responsible for the renewable hydrogen product line for the global market.
Ms. Murray graduated from Queen’s University with a B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and is a registered professional engineer. She is the Senior Program Manager at Hydrogenics and is bilingual in English and French. She is a Board member for the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) and is a TSSA licensed Hydrogen Technician.