I'm sure, like me, you hove been bombarded with messages regarding how businesses ore positively reacting to our current situation so, I will try to keep it brief.
We, LHi Group (Lawrence Harvey, SciPro, Piper Maddox, Harper Harrison and XPS), across at our international locations are 100% operational.
We hove moved to a remote working model which most of our staff had already been utilising for some time so, as a customer, you will experience no disruption or interruption to our service.
Finally, we are here for you. Do not hesitate to reach out to us. Over the coming weeks we will be sharing advice and support for our customers during this challenging time of transitioning to a new way of working.
We wish you and your teams o healthy few weeks ahead and look forward to returning to business as usual very soon.
If you have any questions or concerns please do get in touch.
The ways we can use clean fuels & hydrogen to decarbonize the grid
Welcome to the first episode of the Clean Fuels Podcast hosted by Ben Greenfield of Piper Maddox, the aim of this four-part series is to shed light on the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable and low-carbon alternative fuel sources. We’ll be exploring innovations in Hydrogen, BioFuels, Novel Nuclear technologies and other potential forms of alternative energy and storage. We’ll be speaking with in-industry experts to discuss their various applications, benefits and potential challenges in bringing these products to market.
In Episode 2 of the Clean Fuels Podcast we sit down with our guest Mary Usovicz to discuss the applications and ways we can use clean fuels & hydrogen to decarbonize the grid. We break down the history of the hydrogen market, the reasons it has gained traction of the past few years, and the challenges we will face with fostering a cleaner, more sustainable grid.
Mary Usovicz is an independent consultant with a primary focus on the hydrogen and fuels markets. She’s worked with a number of high profile clients such as Avangrid, and First Light Power- she also serves as the Director of Business Development for the UMASS Lowell Emerging Energy Institute. She formerly served as Senior Vice President of Business Development for TRC Companies, and Vice President of External Affairs for Repsol.
She is passionate about clean energy, and also hosts her own Podcast with a focus on green hydrogen.