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University of Sydney bolsters its hydrogen capabilities with new Faculty of Science appointment

University of Sydney bolsters its hydrogen capabilities with new Faculty of Science appointment

New South Wales, Australia, continues to grow into a hotspot for hydrogen in the region with the University of Sydney welcoming a hydrogen expert to its Faculty of Science.

With the introduction of Professor Kondo-Francois Aguey-Zinsou, the university’s hydrogen capabilities have been significantly strengthened in regards to storage technologies.

Aguey-Zinsou has worked in the industry for many years and, according to the university, has produced 150 peer-reviewed articles exploring hydrogen storage, energy and batteries making him a perfect candidate to bolster the university’s hydrogen role.

Speaking on his new role, Professor Kondo-Francois Aguey-Zinsou, said, “The University of Sydney has a great reputation of being at the forefront of thinking and the great challenges facing society both in Australia and globally.

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