Anna Murray, P. Eng.

Hydrogen expert in both fuel cells and electrolyzers with real "boots on the ground" experience in both technologies. Responsible for multiple world's first projects in the Hydrogen space.

Hydrogen is what's going to help save the planet. We need everyone working on this, not just 50% of the population.

Cummins Inc (formerly Hydrogenics), PEM Technology Product Platform Manager
/ Mississauga

Ms. Anna Murray works for Cummins Inc. in the New Power business unit as part of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technologies division. As the Platform Manager, she is globally responsible for the Solid Polymer Electrolysis (SPE) products producing renewable hydrogen. Working closely with business development, sales and customers, she defines the vision, strategy, and roadmap for the platform. She sets the requirements and coordinates with the technology team and international engineering teams. She is also responsible for standardization, data analysis and continuous improvement across all products using the Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) platform.

Ms. Murray has over 20 years of managing complex engineering projects and multi-disciplinary teams of people. Joining Hydrogenics (now Cummins) in 2012, she was responsible for managing several programs in both mobility (fuel cells) and stationary (hydrogen generation) applications. In this role she oversaw multiple world first breakthrough projects. These include the design and delivery of custom fuel cell engines for the world’s first commuter trains in Germany and a large scale Power-to-Gas plant in Ontario, a first of a kind in North America, and one of the largest in the world. Currently she is managing the design and delivery of the world’s largest water electrolysis plant in Bécancour, Quebec, which came online in 2020.

Ms. Murray graduated from Queen’s University with a B.A.Sc in Electrical Engineering, is a registered Professional Engineer and a certified Hydrogen Technician.

A Canadian's Journey Through Hydrogen, f-cell, Germany remote (Sep 2021)

Hydrogen, The Fuel of the Future, PEO East Toronto Chapter (Nov 2019)

Alternative Propulsion for Rail Part 2 - Hydrail Opportunities, CUTRIC (Feb 2019)

Alternative Propulsion for Rail Part 1 - Hydrail, CUTRIC (Nov 2018)

Markham Energy Storage, Hydrogen Business Council (Apr 2018)

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