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Dr Jack Frost

Dr Jack Frost

Jack is Director of Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells, Fuel Cells are a non-polluting, low or zero carbon power source for phones, laptops, buildings, buses and cars.


Biography:

In the public service arena Jack has chaired the Government's Environmental Innovation Advisory Group, served as a Board Member of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership,  as a member of the Sustainable Procurement Task Force and the Commission on Environmental Markets and Economic Performance. He is also on the Board of the Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon Vehicles and Fuel Cells and represents Neil Carson (JM’s CEO) on the Prince of Wales Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change. He is currently serving as a member of the Defra Ecosystems Markets Task Force and leads for the Aldersgate Group on Innovation and the New Economy. He received his BSc and then PhD from the University of Exeter, and worked at major scientific research facilities in France, Britain and the USA before taking up a lectureship at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. Jack then moved to British Petroleum where he spent 9 years leading different areas of BP's industrial research and development in catalysis. In 1993 he joined Johnson Matthey as Technology Manager. He was appointed Director; JM Fuel Cells when the company created fuel cells as a separate business in January 2000.

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