CEO Appointment to U.S. Fuel Cell Council Executive Committee

10th June 2010

ITM Power, the energy storage and clean fuel company, is pleased to announce that its CEO, Dr. Graham Cooley, has been appointed to the Executive Committee of the US Fuel Cell Council (USFCC).

The USFCC is a member-led industry association that aims to promote the development and use of fuel cells, as well as influence public policy for the industry. Members of the USFCC include the world’s leading fuel cell developers, manufacturers, suppliers and customers.

Commenting on his appointment, Dr. Graham Cooley said; “I am delighted to have been elected to the Executive Committee of the USFCC. We see the US as a vital early adopter of hydrogen technology and ITM’s novel membrane technology will have a significant role to play in the future development of the hydrogen economy. Our involvement in the USFCC builds on the relationship we have developed with the NextEnergy Center in Detroit. We are very excited with how things are developing for us in the US”.

Ruth Cox, Executive Director of the U.S. Fuel Cell Council, commented: “We are pleased to have Dr. Cooley on our Executive Committee. His knowledge of the clean energy industry and hydrogen technologies will be invaluable to our team. ITM Power’s range of electrolyzers and other clean energy products will also greatly enhance the portfolio of clean energy solutions available to American homes and businesses.”

For further information please visit or or contact:

ITM Power plc
Graham Cooley, CEO
+44 (0)114 244 5111

U.S. Fuel Cell Council
Brynne Ward,
Membership & Communications Manager
+1 202 293 5500 ext. 33

Panmure Gordon & Co.
Andrew Godber
+44 (0)20 7459 3600

Tavistock Communications
Simon Hudson / James Midmer
+44 (0)20 7920 3150

Rebecca Markillie
Marketing & Communications
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