Dr Daniel Teichmann is founder and CEO of Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies. The engineer, who also studied management, conceptually developed the industrial application of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC)-based hydrogen storage as part of his doctorate at Friedrich Alexander University (Germany), where he also obtained his PhD on “Conception and assessment of a sustainable energy system based on Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC)”. He gained professional experience as Head of the Bavarian Hydrogen Centre, a government-funded research institution, and at BMW AG Research and Technology as development engineer as well at McKinsey and Leoni before he decided to build a start-up together with professors Peter Wasserscheid, Wolfgang Arlt and Eberhard Schluecker in 2013. This is when the successful LOHC path from research to commercialization began.
Daniel serves also as Chairman of the Board of Management of Hydrogenious LOHC Maritime AS.