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What's brewing in the UK clean hydrogen sector? - Chris Jackson of Protium & Tom Brewer of AB InBev (ft. Alicia Eastman of ICE)
Dec 14 2021
What's brewing in the UK clean hydrogen sector? - Chris Jackson of Protium & Tom Brewer of AB InBev (ft. Alicia Eastman of ICE)
On this episode of the EAH we are honored to be joined by our special co-host (and one of our most popular former guests on the show) Alicia Eastman, Co-Founder and President of InterContinental Energy, who has graciously agreed to make the time in her incredibly busy schedule to help Patrick and Andrew turn the tables on Chris and put him on the hot seat this time around. As our listeners are no doubt aware, Chris Jackson is the Founder and CEO of Protium Green Solutions based in London. Protium is a hydrogen energy services company that designs, develops, finances, owns, and operates clean hydrogen solutions for clients to achieve net zero energy emissions at their industrial/manufacturing sites. Chris will talk to us about the Protium story and also give us some insight into a major project that Protium recently announced in conjunction Budweiser Brewing Group UK&Ireland to explore the deployment of zero emission green hydrogen at Magor brewery in South Wales, one of the largest breweries in the UK. To that end, in order to get the full story about this project, we are delighted to say that we have yet another great guest on this episode. Tom Brewer, who leads Global Environmental Sustainability efforts at AB InBev, the parent company of Budweiser Brewing Group, will join us for the final segment of the show to talk about how hydrogen fits into AB InBev’s vision of a sustainable future for the company. Sponsor Links: BayoTech website: www.bayotech.us Episode Links: Protium website: InBev website: Energy website: Works article about Magor Brewery: