Amy Stuckert, PhD

Senior Decarbonization Engineer

Direct Air Capture + Hydrogen + Point Source Capture

Amy's passion for climate change and actionability has led her to focus her career on this and how she and others can make an immediate direct impact. She received her PhD at the University of Michigan with a focus on hydrogen storage and direct air capture. From there she spent nine years in industrial gas research and development commercializing many technologies from initial concept to full deployment. Her past years have been spent as a technology expert focusing on hydrogen storage/transportation and decarbonized production methods including carbon capture and storage, electrolysis and pyrolysis.

At Carbon Direct Inc. she helps our clients identify decarbonization options using hydrogen and future technologies for them to integrate hydrogen cost effectively into their carbon management plans.


B.S. Chemical Engineering and Chemistry

University of Wyoming

M.S. Chemical Engineering

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Ph.D. Chemical Engineering

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


American-Made Energy Storage Innovations Prize