Jon Strand is from January 8. employed as Process Engineer at ZEG Power AS. He holds a M.Sc. in Nanotechnology from The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and has background from the gas reforming industry. He has previously also worked with production and operation of fuel cells for auxiliary power units (APUs).
Arnstein Norheim is from February 20. 2013 employed as Senior Engineer at ZEG Power AS. He is educated siv.ing (MTech) in Environmental Physics at The Norwegian University of Life Science and Dr.Ing (PhD) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The PhD work and the subsequent Post.Doc-position were focused on high temperature SOFC in a CHP context. Norheim has additionally been working on several other topics within energy research at Institute for Energy Technology and The Norwegian Institute for Wood Technology. He has also background as project manager in energy plant projects in the district heating sector via Norsk Energi.
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ZEG Power participated in Cleantuesday October 16th 2012. The subject was »Innovative hydrogen production technologies».
ZEG Power at ONS2012 at the Renewable Energy Park.
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) flagship publication, Energy Technology Perspectives 2012 (ETP 2012) – Pathways to a Clean Energy System, for the first time dedicates a chapter to a far-reaching examination of hydrogen use in the future global energy mix, concluding that hydrogen could play an important role in a low-carbon energy system.