Sparc has strengthened its board with the appointment of materials and energy technologies expert Stephanie Moroz as a non-executive director.

Moroz has over 25 years of experience in hydrogen, batteries, nano-materials and combustion engines and is extremely well versed in progressing technologies from research and development through to commercialisation.

Following an international corporate career in automotive manufacturing, she led two materials technology companies through high growth periods, including multi-million dollar capital raises

She also has an extensive track record of developing collaborations in Europe, North America and Asia with industry, government and research institutions.

The right stuff

Sparc Technologies (ASX:SPN) executive chairman Stephen Hunt said Moroz’s appointment will add tremendously to the company’s skill set and experience within the energy space and particularly in green hydrogen.

“These attributes will enhance our strategic capabilities and widen our network in this field, which will complement the work we are undertaking with the photocatalytic green hydrogen project with Fortescue Future Industries and the University of Adelaide,” he added.

“Stephanie’s expertise in material sciences will also strengthen Sparc’s capabilities with developing and commercialising graphene materials and particularly for applications in the energy sector.”

Moroz is currently the innovation manager at global energy company EDL where she leads the technology team in evaluating new technologies and business models for potential applications including energy storage, remote power generation, renewable fuels and decarbonisation.

Meanwhile, Tom Spurling has resigned as a non-executive director of the company.




This article was developed in collaboration with Sparc Tecnhologies, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.


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