David Turk’s passion for promoting clean, green energy, and his great work with the International Energy Agency, particularly in the hydrogen space, makes him an excellent choice for the U.S. Department of Energy.
PARK CITY, Utah (PRWEB) February 22, 2021
Whitaker B. Irvin, Jr., CEO of Q Hydrogen Commercialization (http://www.qhydrogen.com), a Park City, Utah, based company that has developed a new technology for turning water into clean, efficient and renewable hydrogen for use in energy and electricity production, transportation and industry, applauds President Biden’s selection of David Turk as U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy.
“David Turk’s passion for promoting clean, green energy, and his great work with the International Energy Agency, particularly in the hydrogen space, makes him an excellent choice for the U.S. Department of Energy,” Irvin said. “We in the sustainable hydrogen production industry are excited to work with him to ensure the U.S. and the global economy can quickly and safely transition from polluting fossil fuels to clean, renewable hydrogen.”
About Q Hydrogen Commercialization
Q Hydrogen Commercialization (Q Hydrogen; http://www.qhydrogen.com) is poised to become a dominant player in the renewable energy market. Its proprietary technology generates hydrogen from water using hydrodynamic forces created within a turbine featuring a unique design and metallurgy. This allows for hydrogen production at a lower cost and without the carbon impact of conventional methods that utilize natural gas and other fossil fuel sources. The technology’s economic viability is well-suited for use in energy, electricity production, transportation and industry. The company aims to further develop and commercialize hydrogen as a low-cost fuel source that is readily available to the world.