Lisseth is a chemical engineer specialised in energy and natural gas from the National University of Central Peru, with two degrees in France, a master’s degree in engineering Physics of renewable Energy from the University of Paris Diderot and a master’s degree in gas engineering and management from the Ecole des Mines ParisTech – PSL.
Prior to joining Hinicio, Lisseth worked with the gas industry, GRDF, as a power-to-gas project engineer on the first industrial demonstration project to test hydrogen injection and assess the impact of hydrogen on the natural gas distribution network. She also worked for the French gas storage company, Storengy, in Asset Management, contributing to the pre-feasibility study of the hydrogen salt cavern storage project, HyGreen, aiming at proposing a flexible ecosystem for industry and mobility as well as contributing to Storengy’s long term investment scheme.
She is acquiring strong knowledge and skills on the whole hydrogen value chain, infrastructure project development, financing mechanisms and ICPE regulations. Her strong desire to contribute to the development of hydrogen infrastructure and her fascination for science fuel her professional drive. Lisseth is a native Spanish speaker, fluent in French and English.