Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2), a UK-based developer of hydrogen-based solutions has appointed Bridie Jackson as a new Laboratory Technician.
In her new role Jackson will be responsible for running the lab and testing the company’s patented membrane-free electrolyser to ensure the most suitable method for producing green hydrogen is put into place.
Jackson joins the company from Veolia where she spent more than two years as a chemist. Prior to that, she taught A-level chemistry for four years.
“I left teaching to be more involved in the science industry and have worked as calibration and lab technicians in various industries: geotechnical, construction, environmental and waste,” said Jason.
“The latter being a more sustainable environment which increased my interest in this field. I am very excited to be part of the team at Clean Power Hydrogen.”
Jackson also holds a first-class honours MChem Chemistry degree from Nottingham Trent University.