SKYRE's Karen Murdoch Wins the 2019 Women of Innovation Award for Small Business Innovation & Leadership
By: Skyre, Inc.
"This was quite an honor to be recognized amongst such an outstanding group of industry professionals,"
A hallmark of Karen's career is in solving some of the world's toughest technology and engineering problems. While working for (18) years with United Technologies' Space Systems group, she lead the design and development of International Space Station and Shuttle critical life-support systems. In 2005, she started her own engineering consulting business providing technical support for the aerospace and alternative fuel industries. Today at SKYRE she is advancing hydrogen recycling and fuel production in order to make renewables economically viable for industry.
Karen is often assigned the company's most technically challenging projects because of her resourcefulness and depth of subject knowledge. "At SKYRE, we are solving some of the world's toughest resource and energy problems," says Trent Molter, CEO & Founder of SKYRE. "And it's people like Karen who solve them through their unmatched technical expertise and a whole lot of critical thinking. She consistently impresses customers and partners alike, by advancing assignments way beyond a concept to be tested, and delivering breakthrough solutions. It seems like Connecticut Technology Council is impressed as well. We are thrilled for Karen, it is a much deserved honor."
About SKYRE: SKYRE is creating economic opportunity by solving some of the world's toughest and most pressing resource and energy problems. Based on a proven, patented electrochemical technology, they build and sell innovative clean energy products that deliver breakthrough efficiency and are socially responsible, to the economic benefit of companies and the ongoing sustainability of the world.