Prof Rose Amal appointed to serve on India-Australia Green H2 Taskforce

CSI Deputy Director, Scientia Professor Rose Amal has been appointed to serve on India-Australia Green H2 taskforce. The Taskforce is comprised of Australian and Indian experts in green hydrogen. It will report to the India-Australia Ministerial Energy Dialogue on trade, commercial and research opportunities between the two countries through the manufacture and deployment of green hydrogen. Rose was selected because of her being “one of Australia’s most respected chemical engineers and Co-Director of Australian Research Centre of Training Centre for the Global Hydrogen Economy (GlobH2E) ”

Co-Chairs for the India – Australia Green Hydrogen Taskforce have been appointed, Dr Patrick Hartley from Australia and Dr Ashish Lele from India.

Dr Patrick Hartley is the leader of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s (CSIRO) Hydrogen Industry Mission and has excellent links with Australia’s hydrogen research and business community.

Dr Ashish Lele, is a Senior Vice President & Head, Advanced Materials and Alternative Energy Group, Reliance Industries Limited and currently the Director of CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India.

CSI would also like to congratuate all members who are appointed in India-Australia Green Hydrogen Taskforce.

See the full announcement at India-Australia Green Hydrogen Taskforce – DCCEEW



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