Essentially what we do is take hydrogen-rich materials and combine them with a polymer to make a plastic-like material that we can extrude or press into pellets or rods.
Is Hydrogen The Key To Clean Fuel?
Stephen Bennington | Cella Energy
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Professor Bennington an Executive Director and also the Managing Director at Cella Energy. Stephen is in charge of the corporate strategy and development. Previously, Stephen was head of a world-class scientific team from the STFC’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and the London Centre for Nanotechnology at UCL. He was group Leader for five of the spectrometers at the ISIS pulsed neutron source, a large accelerator based facility that is used to study the atomic structure and bonding of materials ranging from engineering steels through to bio-molecules. Stephen has published over 190 peer-reviewed papers and technical reports. Stephen graduated from Birmingham University in the UK, where he was awarded a PhD in Physics for studying the quantum mechanics of hydrogen in metals.
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