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Ceres appoints Baroness Brown of Cambridge as an independent, non-executive director

Ceres appoints Baroness Brown of Cambridge as an independent, non-executive director

Ceres Power Holdings, a leader in hydrogen fuel cell and electrochemical technology, has appointed Professor Dame Julia King, Baroness Brown of Cambridge DBE, as an independent, non-executive director.

Baroness Brown is an engineer with immense experience across industry and government with a primary focus having been on climate change adaptation and mitigation.

The low carbon economy holds relevance for Ceres as it seeks to position itself as a global leader in solid oxide technology to address the challenges of climate change and air quality.

Julia King held senior engineering and business roles at Rolls-Royce between 1994 and 2002, before returning to academia as Principal of Engineering at Imperial College and then as Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive of Aston University from 2006-2016.

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