Professor to discuss hydrogen with Pope Francis

Professor to discuss hydrogen with Pope Francis

A US university professor has earned a private audience with Pope Francis to discuss hydrogen energy technologies.

John Sheffield (pictured above, image credit to Purdue University/John O’Malley), Professor of Engineering Technology at Purdue University’s Polytechnic Institute in Indiana, sees hydrogen playing a key role in the transition to a sustainable energy future while also mitigating climate change.

Joined by a delegation of four othre organisation members, Sheffield will meet with the Pope on Friday (7th February). The delegation will have a one-page petition prepared and will answer any questions Pope Francis might have.

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