Women in hydrogen: Melinda Krebsz, Monash University

This instalment of H2 View’s Women in Hydrogen series, in partnership with Women in Green Hydrogen, hears from Melinda Krebsz, Researcher at Monash University.

Thank you for taking the time to speak with H2 View, can you tell our readers about your current role and history in the hydrogen sector?

Previously, I worked as a chemical engineer, both in academic and industrial research in Austria, Australia, Germany, France and Hungary. Over the past four years, I’ve worked on a green ammonia project in Australia as part of my PhD work at Monash University.

My work focused on developing next-generation technology for the electrosynthesis of ammonia from renewables. This technology could strongly contribute to current global challenges, such as the energy crisis and carbon footprint, as ammonia is a potential fuel and hydrogen carrier.

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