Purdue Professor of Engineering Technology discusses hydrogen technology with the Pope

March 3, 2020 |

In Italy, John Sheffield, a professor of engineering technology at Purdue University’s Polytechnic Institute, discussed hydrogen with Pope Francis who has historically favored the expansion of programs aimed at combating climate change. Sheffield, the President of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy, was joined by a delegation of four other organization members to answer any questions the Pope had regarding hydrogen energy. Sheffield stated in an email that “During the 30-minute private meeting, we all presented our visions of how hydrogen energy can play a key role in the transformation to a sustainable energy future”

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