Global green energy company Tree Energy Solutions (TES) has launched a new Scientific Advisory Board which will strengthen the e-NG (electric natural gas derived from green hydrogen) value chain by advising the Board and management on the latest developments associated with e-NG.
According to TES, the committee will include a roster of professors who have worked at the highest levels of academia in the fields of chemical engineering, science and technology.
The Advisory Board will keep the Board and management team informed on strategic decisions and advocate for e-NG within the scientific community, through collaboration on scientific papers to improve the quality and amount of academic research available focusing on e-NG.
Professor Dame Lynn Gladden is the Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge and holds research interests in the field of heterogeneous catalysis and reaction engineering, and the application of magnetic resonance imaging techniques to the study of chemical engineering processes.
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