LEADING US Hydrogen scanning solutions provider H2scan has extended its commitment to the UK and European market with the appointment of a European Director to drive the business into new markets.
Aberdeen-based businessman Jordan Ferguson has joined the company as European Director and will direct the company’s expansion in Europe, as they broaden their focus into the growing hydrogen economy.
Jordan brings a wealth of experience having worked in several commercial roles including managing corporate development and acquisitions for Hutcheon Mearns, COO for Valor Energy Group, and higher management roles at TDC Parsons Peebles and Sulzer. Jordan also continues his role as Founding Director for UK business consulting firms Imperium Experts and Bio Technical Limited and will continue to play an active role successfully driving business growth – focusing on various markets including carbon capture technologies, biowaste recycling, and biogas.
In the next three to six months the company aims to grow its UK and European headcount with its continued expansion plans. Already having a well-established customer base both in the UK and Europe, the company will continue to service clients alongside taking new technologies to market to support the ever-growing hydrogen market.
Jordan commented: “I am delighted to be joining H2scan as the company looks to grow its profile in the European market. This is a particularly exciting time for the company as it looks to implement its aggressive growth plans which I am hugely excited to be a part of. There are a lot of opportunities in the hydrogen market in which many of our technologies are suited. H2scan has a continued focus on delivering world class solutions to the OEM, critical projects and engineering service markets.’’
H2scan CEO, Dave Meyers, commented: “As the hydrogen economy unfolds, we see great opportunities opening for our sensing technology and two of the largest are in Europe and in the battery safety market. Jordan brings extensive knowledge and experience to the H2scan team, and I look forward to working with him to help make hydrogen projects in the European market safer.”
H2scan has seen significant growth with its new Gen-5 hydrogen sensor technology and has recently closed a $70 million investment to help fund the company’s expansion as it pursues hydrogen economy opportunities.