CESI Lab is thrilled to welcome Ashley Mills into the lab. Ashley will be pursuing a PhD in Mechanical engineering while studying the Food-Energy-Water nexus in the greater Columbia Basin. Meet Ashley in her own words here.
Many thanks to Jake Leachman and ESIC for organizing this hydrogen and fuel cell symposium yesterday, and for inviting me to speak. The symposium was a roaring success in building the momentum to bring hydrogen infrastructure to the Northwest. This beautiful Palouse Prarie has more clean power potential than anyone knows what to do with. Jump starting the northwest hydrogen economy may be the key to unlocking this potential. I’m excited to see everyone moving forward to make the Northwwest, and WSU in particular, the center of a hydrogen revolution!
The talk I gave provided an intro or Fuel Cell 101 and can be found here.