Women make their mark at hy-fcell amid calls for greater diversity

One of the more interesting dynamics at hy-fcell this week was the profile of women in the fuel cell and hydrogen industry.

On the positive side, women had high visibility among delegates and exhibitors, the conference programme included a ‘Women in Green Hydrogen’ session (pictured) and new principal sponsor, the Mexico Economic Development Department, had Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes in attendance.

Tina Andersen, Head of Sales and Applications Engineering at Norwegian electrolyser start-up Hystar – who spoke at the session – also collected ‘The World’s Most Efficient Electrolyser Award’ which was presented at the show.

Both women were interviewed by the H2 View video team and will be featured on the magazine’s social channels soon.

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