Advanced hydrogen (H2) electrolyser manufacturer Next Hydrogen Corporation has appointed a new CEO.
Walter Q. Howard joined the Canadian company back in September as CEO and Board Member. He brings with him extensive experience in operations, business development, finance and M&A in the utility industry.
“Howard has previously held CEO, Executive Vice-President, Senior Vice-President positions with innovators in related syngas, wind energy, and cogeneration firms including Westinghouse Plasma Corp, Zegen, Noble Environmental Power (developer/owner of 484 wind turbines), General Electric Capital and US Generating, as well as water industry experience,” Next Hydrogen Corporation explained in a press release.
“Walter’s career spans more than 35 years of successfully executed technology development and implementation, project development, execution and project finance. His projects have won multiple industry awards.”
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