Ambrish Kumar is tackling the high cost of green hydrogen, currently at $5/kg, by introducing advanced nanotech electrolyzers with top-tier electrical efficiency. These compact electrolyzers significantly reduce operational costs and plant footprint, promoting the adoption of green hydrogen and aligning with UN SDGs and net-zero goals.
Ambrish Kumar is a materials science and engineering graduate from the University of Toronto with a deep expertise in electrochemistry and nano-fabrication techniques. His commitment to the field is evident through six published works and a patent to his name. Ambrish serves as the CEO and Co-Founder of Nanodes, a cleantech startup leading the way in green hydrogen production. With a vision firmly rooted in sustainability, he is eager to collaborate and drive impactful change in the sustainability sector.