This interview with Felicity Underhill, Director, East Australia and NZ/Aotearoa and on the Board of the Australian Hydrogen Council, is part of H2 View’s series celebrating women in hydrogen, as part of International Women’s Day.
Thanks 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?
Felicity Underhill (FU): I have spent pretty much my whole career in energy, with the first twenty years more focused on upstream oil and gas. I was starting to feel conflicted about the disconnect between my career and my social conscience, so in 2018, when I had the opportunity to lead Origin Energy’s hydrogen strategy, I jumped at the chance to leave the dark side behind and work on the side of angels.
What’s something that has surprised you about your chosen career path?
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