HILT CRC appoints new CEO

Felicity Lloyd

IMER is delighted to announce that HILT CRC has appointed Felicity Lloyd as the Chief Executive Officer.   

Felicity Lloyd has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the University of Adelaide (SA).  She is a technical, operational and sustainability leader with more than 15 years’ of heavy industry experience at Adbri.  In her most recent role as National Business Improvement and Sustainability Manager she has delivered a leading low carbon fuel strategic planning and implementation project utilising refuse derived fuels.  Earlier roles included operational management and project engineering.  She is a member of the Centre for Energy Technology (CET) Advisory Board, the Faculty of Engineering, Maths and Computer Science Advisory Board and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). 

Felicity said that she “is thrilled to be joining the HILT CRC.  With its group of partners, it is uniquely positioned to bring together Australia’s outstanding natural resources with research and new technologies to unlock a prosperous low carbon future for heavy industry. As incoming CEO I look forward to working with all our partners to deliver this vision.” 

Felicity will commence as the HILT CRC CEO in the first week of December. 

 

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