The Gas Technology Institute’s Hydrogen Technology Center has appointed Kristine Wiley as its new director
GTI said the Hydrogen Technology Center will bring together public-private partnerships to determine the best ways to use this low-carbon energy carrier for storing renewable energy and leveraging the existing natural gas storage and delivery infrastructure in the move towards a low-carbon energy system.
GTI Research and Technology Development senior vice president Mike Rutowski said “Kristine has extensive hands-on experience in assessing and minimising environmental impacts and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Along the way, she has built strong client relationships and established a solid reputation in the industry.”
Prior to her new appointment, Ms Wiley served as an R&D director responsible for GTI’s Environmental, Risk, and Integrity Management R&D programmes. The division’s collaborative research focused on developing solutions for detecting and mitigating methane emissions from the natural gas industry.
She has also led industry initiatives on the introduction, impacts, and use of renewable natural gas.
GTI is an American non-profit research and development organisation based in Illinois that develops, demonstrates, and licenses new energy technologies.
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