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Nigel Brandon holds the Chair in Sustainable Development in Energy, and is Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, at Imperial College London. His research is focused on electrochemical devices for low carbon energy applications, with a particular focus on fuel cells, electrolysers, and batteries. He is Director of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Hub (www.h2fcsupergen.com), and Chair of Imperials Sustainable Gas Institute (www.imperial.ac.uk/sustainable-gas-institute). He is a founder of Ceres Power (www.cerespower.com), an AIM listed fuel cell company spun out from Imperial College in 2000, a founder and Director of RFC Power (www.rfcpower.com), a flow battery company spun out from Imperial College in 2018. Prior to joining Imperial College in 1998, Prof. Brandon held research roles in industry with BP and Rolls-Royce. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and a Fellow of the Royal Society.