The UK-based firm on Thursday (August 4) named See Wah Cheng as its new Head of Product, coming off the back of his work as Director of Product at the Net Zero initiative, Ofido.
Hydrologiq’s newcomer, See Wah Cheng, said, “Hydrologiq has the vision and the expertise to support many of these companies on their journey to phase out diesel and adopt cleaner, healthier solutions.
“I am extremely excited and honoured to be part of the team to help build out our scalable platform, helping industries reach their carbon reduction targets by providing easy and low-risk access to hydrogen-generated electricity.
“This, along with our long-term goal of optimising hydrogen usage efficiency via data, will deliver a significant impact towards global carbon reduction.”
Having received funding from the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) Energy Entrepreneurs Fund, Hydrologiq has deployed its hydrogen-powered generators to trials around the UK.
In May (2022), its 25kW was trialled at the Aberdeen City Hydrogen Energy Site (ACHES), making it the first of its size to be deployed in the UK.
Most recently, the hydrogen start-up offered 100kVA hydrogen generator using a EODev fuel cell to Kier Highways at its National Highways A585 construction site.
Commenting on Cheng’s appointment, Benjamin Lindley, Director of Hydrologiq, said, “Aran [Bates] and I are both excited to welcome See Wah to the team! Even after just one month, he is already developing deep customer insights and driving forward tangible new offerings to our clients, such as a hydrogen deployment tracker that customers can use to share key documentation, contacts, and logistics planning.
“His extensive product expertise, twinned with bucketloads of motivation and a professional, amicable communication style make him a huge asset to Hydrologiq.”
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