Mitsubishi has hired Kai Guo as vice president of hydrogen infrastructure development in the West region.
Kai Guo has started a new role as vice president of hydrogen infrastructure development in the West region at Mitsubishi Power Americas, according to a post on LinkedIn.
Guo, who did not respond to a request for comment, previously worked for a decade holding multiple positions at Kiewit, ending as senior vice president of engineering and consulting services. Before that he was an associate at State Street.
He is based in Overland Park, Kansas.
Mitsubishi is involved in the development of the Advanced Clean Energy Storage hub in Delta, Utah, which has received a $504.4m loan guarantee from the Department of Energy. The project is designed to convert over 220 MW of renewable energy to 100 metric tonnes per day of green hydrogen. ACES Delta has further plans to deploy hydrogen hubs across the US, according to its website.
Last year the US unit of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries invested in clean hydrogen production startup Electric Hydrogen.