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​​​​Working in Hydrogen

Working in the hydrogen industry is an exciting and rapidly growing career path that offers the opportunity to be a part of the global transition to a clean and sustainable energy system. Hydrogen professionals are dedicated to developing and promoting hydrogen as a clean energy source that can help reduce carbon emissions and mitigate climate change.

There are many different roles and areas of expertise in the hydrogen industry. For example, engineers and scientists are needed to design and develop new hydrogen technologies such as fuel cells, hydrogen production and storage systems, and hydrogen infrastructure. Project managers and analysts help plan and oversee hydrogen projects, while sales and marketing professionals promote and educate customers on the benefits of hydrogen as a clean energy source.

Working in the hydrogen industry offers a chance to make a significant impact on the world. Hydrogen has the potential to play a critical role in the transition to a low-carbon economy and can be used in a variety of applications such as transportation, industry, and power generation. It also provides opportunities for innovation and career growth, as the industry continues to evolve and new technologies and services are developed.

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​​Working in Austin

Austin is known for its laid-back and friendly atmosphere, which can make the working environment feel more relaxed and supportive. The city is also home to several prestigious universities and research institutions, which can provide additional opportunities for learning and professional development.


  • Austin has a unique and vibrant culture that is influenced by its diverse population, history, and natural surroundings. The city is known for its eclectic music scene, thriving arts community, and laid-back lifestyle.

  • Music is a major part of Austin's cultural identity, with live music venues scattered throughout the city and a variety of music festivals, including South by Southwest (SXSW) and Austin City Limits. The city has produced several famous musicians, such as Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Janis Joplin, and continues to attract new and emerging talent from around the world.

  • Austin's arts community is also thriving, with numerous galleries, theaters, and museums showcasing local and international talent. The Blanton Museum of Art, the Contemporary Austin, and the Mexic-Arte Museum are just a few of the many cultural institutions in the city.

  • Austin is also known for its outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, and swimming in the many natural springs and parks around the city. The city has a strong commitment to sustainability and green living, and many residents prioritize outdoor activities and eco-friendly practices in their daily lives.

  • The food and drink scene in Austin is also a major part of its culture, with a diverse range of restaurants, food trucks, and craft breweries. The city is known for its love of barbecue, Tex-Mex cuisine, and breakfast tacos, and many of its restaurants source their ingredients locally and sustainably.


  • Commuting in Austin can be challenging, as the city has experienced rapid growth in recent years, leading to increased traffic congestion and longer commute times.

  • One popular option for commuters is driving, but traffic can be heavy during peak hours, particularly on major highways such as I-35 and Mopac. Many companies in Austin offer flexible working hours or telecommuting options to help alleviate these issues.

  • Public transportation is another option for commuting in Austin. The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CapMetro) operates a network of buses and a light rail system known as the MetroRail, which serves the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods. While not as extensive as some other major cities, CapMetro can be a convenient and affordable option for getting around Austin.

  • Biking is also a popular mode of transportation in Austin, with many bike lanes and trails throughout the city. The city has a bike-sharing program called Austin B-cycle, which allows residents and visitors to rent bikes for short trips.

  • Ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft are also available in Austin, providing an alternative to driving or public transportation.

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Hydrogen And Clean Fuels

Chief Operating Officer (COO) - Hydrogen




​Piper Maddox has been engaged on a truly unique and exciting opportunity! We have been retained by a stealth-mode, pre-series A start-up that is building hydrogen systems for heavy goods transport...

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Associate, Strategy Consultant




​Piper Maddox has been engaged in a confidential search by a quickly growing energy-focused asset manager. They were founded in 2019, and have already built out four highly comprehensive divisions ...

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Senior Project Manager - Capital Projects




​Piper Maddox has been engaged with a hard-tech startup located in Santa Barbara, CA, that is developing a technology for decarbonizing natural gas. ​ The client's hydrogen can be used to decarboni...

Hydrogen And Clean Fuels

Senior Staff Engineer




​Piper Maddox has retained an exclusive on-site role for a hard-tech startup located in Santa Barbara, CA. The client is developing a technology for decarbonizing natural gas. This process alone ca...