Women in Hydrogen: Nanna Baldvinsdottir

This story is part of H2 View’s monthly Women in Hydrogen series, created in partnership with the Women in Green Hydrogen (WiGH) network, which profiles women in the hydrogen industry.

Nanna Baldvinsdottir is an energy economist working on putting Iceland’s cost-competitive, green hydrogen to use, in Iceland and abroad. She holds more than 15 years’ experience in the energy sector, serving in numerous roles relating to the energy transition in Iceland before founding IðunnH2, a hydrogen projects developer comprising the entire value chain from production to end use.

US-raised and educated, Baldvinsdottir, CEO and co-founder of IðunnH2, said she was bitten by the “hydrogen bug” four years ago and has been working towards its wide-spread adoption ever since.

Thank you for taking the time to talk to H2 View today Nanna. Why don’t you start by telling us a little about some of the other hydrogen roles you’ve worked in, and something you learnt during your time in these?

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