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Fuel Cell Systems (FCSL) Recruits Experienced Industry Figure to Support Growth

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Hydrogencentral


 

Fuel Cell Systems (FCSL) Recruits Experienced Industry Figure to Support Growth.

 

FCSL has recruited Dr Lee Juby as its new CEO to help achieve the company’s ambitious growth plans in the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell markets. 

 

Tom Chicken, who has been juggling the roles of CEO, CTO and COO since investment in FCSL by Hydrasun over a year ago, will focus on the company’s exciting and far reaching product design and development plans and will be freed up to take on the CTO role full time.

 

Lee Juby brings wide ranging experience in the hydrogen industry, having worked in senior roles at Intelligent Energy and NanoSUN amongst others. Lee is an accomplished commercial leader with over 25 years’ experience in international business development and commercialisation of advanced technology in the energy and transport sectors. An expert in electrical power systems, Lee is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a Chartered Engineer with a doctorate from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. 

 

Tom Chicken commented:

 

Since the investment we achieved from Hydrasun last year, FCSL has been working on plans to deliver a range of new, innovative hydrogen products to the UK and European markets. 

 

“This requires us to grow our team significantly in the coming months and we’re thrilled that Lee has agreed to help with our growth plans.  His experience and expertise will be invaluable and we are excited for the future of the company”. 

 

Lee Juby stated:

 

I’m thrilled to begin working with Tom and the team at FCSL.  There is huge potential for expansion across our business.

 

“The world is finally taking notice of climate change and making significant investments.  I strongly believe there is a wealth of opportunity for hydrogen and fuel cells as a key part of the solution.” 

 

Source:Hydrogencentral

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