Parker Meeks has been appointed Hyzon Motors’ interim CEO, thus replacing former CEO Craig Knight (here’s our interview with Mr Knight). Parker Meeks was Chief Strategy Officer at Hyzon Motors. He will now assume full responsibility for day-to-day management of all business lines and functions reporting to the Company’s Board of Directors. The Board plans to initiate a search to identify potential external and internal candidates to serve as the Company’s next CEO.

Hyzon Motors: the new interim CEO speaking

“Parker Meeks has the depth and breadth of experience in the energy, infrastructure, and transportation sectors to provide the leadership and operational expertise Hyzon needs at this critical juncture in the global energy transition. The Board is confident Mr. Meeks brings the right skillset that we need at this time”, commented Elaine Wong, Hyzon’s Lead Independent Director.

“I am honored that the Board has entrusted me to lead Hyzon,” replied Parker Meeks. “My priority is to ensure the Company’s manufacturing capacity is in place with the ability to scale production efficiently. I believe our core fuel cell technology is a distinct competitive advantage, that will allow us to innovate and introduce high-performance vehicles that support the transition to clean energy”.

Hyzon Motors will be among the exhibitors of IAA Transportation 2022, from 20 to 25 September in Hannover, Germany.


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