Claire Johnson has been hooked on hydrogen since 2015 when she first moved into the sector working for Toyota. She was part of the team that introduced the first Mirai to Australia.
Since then, Johnson established the Australian Hydrogen Council, co-founded and led a hydrogen consultancy, Hydrolytics, and now she’s recently joined HYZON Motors in a new position, more on that below. She’s also an Editorial Advisory Member for H2 View.
As a growing number of women enter the hydrogen sector, this International Women’s Day, Johnson wants to #ChooseToChallenge the industry on how it can increase this even further. H2 View caught up with her to find out more as part of our exclusive Women in Hydrogen series.
Thanks for giving H2 View your time Claire. You currently work for HYZON Motors as the Head of the HYZON Zero Carbon Alliance, why don’t you tell us a little about that?
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