YEIP Memorial University of Newfoundland – Hydrogen Production
Join the Young Energy Infrastructure Professionals (YEIP) for a presentation on the hydrogen production benefits and challenges on February 16, 2023 at 12:00pm NST. This event will be held both online and in-person at the Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Jordan manages Business Development at Eastward Energy, where he has led low carbon gas projects for 5 years. He has worked on Cogeneration, Natural Gas Vehicles and Renewable Natural Gas but has focused on hydrogen for the past 2 years. He was part of the team that developed the Atlantic Canada Hydrogen Feasibility Study, supported the recent legislation changes that Provincial government has enacted to grow the hydrogen economy and now is leading the H2D project, which will be one of the first large scale hydrogen electrolysis facilities in Nova Scotia.
Shannon is a mechanical engineer based out of Calgary who has been with GHD for 6 years on their future energy, innovative waste solutions, and greenhouse gas services teams. She has her undergraduate engineering degree from the University of Guelph where she specialized in renewable energy, and a Masters degree from the University of Calgary where she focused her research into cold climate challenges for wind turbines. For the past few years she has specialized in low-carbon hydrogen solutions supporting clients evaluate and advance projects to reach their decarbonization goals, utilizing modelling and evaluation tools to assess carbon intensity and feedstock demands for various low-carbon hydrogen production pathways and advancing state of the art knowledge for hydrogen blending into natural gas systems.
- YEIP introduction and presentation
- Technical presentation by Jordan and Shannon