Mr. Liam Quinlan is a Project/Design Engineer and member of the team responsible for the design and production of hydrogen fueling stations. Mr. Quinlan completes the mechanical design and documentation including construction documents, as-built documents, and component documentation. He is responsible for the mechanical component selection and procurement and assists in managing projects, client relations and procurement.
Mr. Quinlan played a key role in the mechanical design of the Hydrogen Station Equipment Performance Device (HyStEP), the first hydrogen station testing device in North America. He is a member of the technical committee for the development of the Canadian Hydrogen Installation Code and a technical expert on ISO/TC 197 WG 19.
Mr. Chris Qu is a project engineer in Powertech’s Grid Modernization department. He has developed extensive experience and skills in Smart Grid applications testing such as distribution automation, multi-service metering networks, , demand response and LED street lighting. Before joining Powertech Mr. Qu held engineering positions at several firms including Photon Control R&D Ltd. and Airbase Services Canada, where he acquired field engineering skills working as an aircraft maintenance technologist troubleshooting aircraft structural, mechanical or electrical systems.