As we grow and continue developing our Membrane-Free Electrolyser™ technology, we are always on the lookout for experienced and knowledgeable people to join the CPH2 team.
Coming on board as a Laboratory Technician is Bridie Jackson, an experienced chemist from Doncaster. She has a first-class honours MChem Chemistry degree obtained at Nottingham Trent University. Bridie will be responsible for running the lab and continual testing of our patented Membrane-Free Electrolyser™ to ensure that we are using the most sustainable method for producing green hydrogen.
Bridie joins us from Veolia where she spent more than 2 years as a chemist carrying out a wide range of chemical analysis tests amongst other duties. The chemical tests included gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, metals x-ray fluorescence, calorific value, the concentration of ions, pH and alkalinity, water content, sedimentation value, etc. She has taught A-level chemistry for 4 years in Stevenage and Sheffield, obtaining an outstanding PGCE teaching qualification in chemistry and GCSE science as well as designing and setting-up the laboratories at a new sixth form college.
Bridie said “I left teaching to be more involved in the science industry and have worked as calibration and lab technicians in various industries: geotechnical, construction, environmental and waste. The latter being a more sustainable environment which increased my interest in this field. I am very excited to be part of the team at Clean Power Hydrogen”.
Welcome to the CPH2 family Bridie!