November 2021, Vol. 248, No. 11

Spotlight on Hydrogen

GTI’s Hydrogen Technology Center to Research Clean Energy Distribution

Kristine Wiley always knew she wanted her work to involve science and the environment. Starting as a college intern, GTI gave her the opportunity to do that.   Wiley Now, she is helping to lead hydrogen research that could contribute to a decarbonized future in the U.S. and determine how existing and future pipelines can help supply reach demand.   For almost 20 years, Wiley has worked for GTI, a research, development and training organization addressing energy and environmental challenges, focusing on natural gas and the environment. Recently, she was named vice president of GTI’s Hydrogen Technology Center, which will facilitate increased use of

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