Hydrologiq is pleased to announce the appointment of ex-AFC Energy CCO Mark Bailey as company advisor. Mark will counsel on commercial and funding strategy from an outstanding career in the energy sector.
After nine years at Yorkshire Electricity, he held Senior Vice President roles at GDF, Global Director roles at Engie and Engie New Ventures before joining British scale-up Connected Energy as CCO and Board Director. He became Chief Commercial Officer of the publicly-listed fuel cell manufacturer, AFC Energy in 2021.
Mark Bailey said, “Achieving carbon neutrality requires all of us to explore new applications of zero emission technology, including how that integrates with part of the sustainable value chain. I am impressed with how Hydrologiq is bringing together the entire hydrogen supply chain to collaborate on projects and technology to grow the sector and accelerate towards the commercialisation of hydrogen.
“I’m excited to support the Hydrologiq team with their expanding service offering, combining digitisation and deployed technology, designed to deliver commercially-viable solutions today.”
Hydrologiq director, Benjamin Lindley, said, “Mark’s advice and support is a huge asset to Hydrologiq. We very much value his experience in start-up, scale-up and established businesses, his track record of identifying and exploiting innovative commercial offerings, and his time spent on both sides of the funding process. His enthusiasm for the potential that hydrogen has to decarbonise society is now legendary within our team, and everyone at Hydrologiq greatly values his input.”
Hydrologiq is accelerating the transition to off-grid electricity powered by Hydrogen. We are creating economically viable solutions to reduce our society’s carbon footprint, building towards the common goal of Net Zero 2050. We believe it’s not enough that a carbon-neutral solution exists. It must also be a commercially viable solution, allowing companies to adopt it without being forced to by government legislation.
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