Regional Hubs Manager, West
Maggie Field is the Regional Hubs Manager for the western U.S. In this capacity, she leads CATF’s work in California and the greater western U.S. to advance the successful development of hydrogen hubs that achieve deep decarbonization through public policy advocacy, regional planning, and technology innovation. In support of this work, Maggie engages with stakeholders at the community, state, and regional level; and evaluates development pathways that emphasize environmental justice goals and collaboration between diverse parties. Maggie joined CATF in 2022 and works closely with the Zero-Carbon Fuels and Transportation Decarbonization teams at the national and global level, evaluating how hydrogen hubs can be optimally deployed to support decarbonization applications such as ammonia production, marine shipping, heavy-duty trucking, aviation, and high-temperature industrial process heating. Her work also focuses on optimizing clean hydrogen applications within traditional electric power and gas industries.
Before joining CATF, Maggie worked at Strategen supporting a variety of client work for the clean energy industry and state agencies, and worked closely with the firm’s managed nonprofit, Green Hydrogen Coalition (GHC). Previously Maggie worked at EUCI where she developed and led educational conferences and courses for the power sector on clean energy and decarbonization topics, which she hosted around the country. She holds a M.A. in Environmental Studies Leadership from Naropa University and a B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado, Boulder.