WTR Fireside Chat Series: Next Hydrogen Solutions Inc. CEO Raveel Afzaal to Discuss the Company’s Corporate Strategy, Recent Events, and Business Outlook on Wednesday, October 27 at 1 pm EDT


We are pleased to host Raveel Afzaal, President & CEO of Next Hydrogen Solutions Inc. (TSXV:NXH; OTC: NXHSF) on Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at 1 pm EDT as part of our Water Tower Research Fireside Chat Series. We will discuss Next Hydrogen’s corporate strategy and business outlook in the rapidly evolving green hydrogen industry. The event is open to all.

We believe the global electrolyzer market is ripe for disruption, given the need for a significant decrease in the cost of “green” hydrogen as an integral element to address the climate change crisis. Management believes that Next Hydrogen has the potential to solve an important challenge for the industry, given its groundbreaking work on alkaline electrolyzer technology architecture as well as the pedigree of its operational management team. While an early-stage player at this time, Next Hydrogen plans to deliver commercial alkaline electrolyzer products in the next two years and to scale the business as it attracts a share of the estimated $80 billion TAM opportunity by 2030.

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Next Hydrogen Solutions Inc. designs and manufactures alkaline electrolyzers that use water and electricity as inputs to generate clean hydrogen for use as an energy source. Next Hydrogen’s unique cell design architecture, supported by 38 patents, enables high current density operations and superior dynamic response to efficiently convert intermittent renewable electricity into “green” hydrogen on an infrastructure scale. Next Hydrogen’s redesign of the electrolyzer system architecture offers the potential to meaningfully decrease green hydrogen production cost. Next Hydrogen has worked with Atomic Energy Canada Limited (AECL) and has undertaken an onsite hydrogen production pilot with major retailer Canadian Tire, which resulted in two follow-on orders. The company also recently announced a partnership with Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Corporation, adding support for its innovative electrolyzer design. Following the successful pilots, Next Hydrogen is focused on scaling up its technology to deliver commercial solutions for decarbonization of the transportation and industrial sectors.

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Raveel Afzaal

President & CEO

Next Hydrogen Solutions Inc.

Mr. Afzaal brings deep capital markets expertise through a distinguished career in equity research over the past decade, with a focus on Sustainability and Industrial Technologies. Prior to joining Next Hydrogen, he was an equity research analyst covering the Canadian Sustainability and Special Situations verticals for Canaccord Genuity. During his equity research career, Raveel was ranked in Brendan Wood surveys based on Buy Side nominations as well as by Thomson Reuters for estimates accuracy. Prior to joining equity research, Raveel worked in venture capital with XPV Capital. He graduated with a Bachelor of Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from the University of Waterloo. He is also a CFA charter holder.


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