This interview is part of H2 View’s series celebrating women in hydrogen as part of International Women’s Day. The below interview is with Katlyn Conaway, MEA Material Development Manager at Plug Power.
Katlyn, thank you for giving H2 View your time. We’re celebrating the women working in hydrogen this International Women’s Day. So, what first sparked your interest in hydrogen and working in this industry?
Katlyn Conaway (KC): Thank you for having me! As a chemical engineering student, I took a course on alternative energy which first sparked my interest in a career focused on alternative fuels such as hydrogen. After that I took an electrochemistry and fuel cell course which really solidified my interest in working on zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell solutions to help us reduce air pollution. I really like being a part of the Plug Power team working on improving technology to create a cleaner environment for future generations!
What’s something that has surprised you about your chosen career path?
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