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Rose Appointed to Board of Ceramic Fuel Cells (posted 7/23/09)

July 23, 2009
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Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited recently announced that it has appointed Roy Rose to its board. Based in Melbourne, he will be a non-executive director of the company and will join the board’s technical committee.

Rose has 30 years of experience in the paint, chemicals, fertilizer and medical products industries. He brings strong skills in technology and innovation, including experience commercializing and manufacturing innovative technologies, to Ceramic Fuel Cells.

Rose is currently chairman of CSIRO’s Future Manufacturing Flagship Advisory Committee and is a non-executive director of ITL Limited, where he chairs ITL’s audit and risk management committee. He has served with a number of industry groups, including the Australian Industrial Research Group; the Green Chemistry Centre Advisory Board, Monash University; the Industrial Advisory Group, Faculty of Science, Melbourne University; the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia Advisory Board; and the Prime Minister’s Science, Engineering & Innovation Council Working Group, “Australia’s Science & Technology Priorities for Global Engagement.”

He holds a bachelor’s of science degree in chemistry from Monash University and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Additional information is available at www.cfcl.com.au.


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