Dr Daniel Teichmann is the founder and managing director of Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies. The engineer conceptually developed the industrial application of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC)-based hydrogen storage as part of his doctorate at Friedrich Alexander University (Germany, Erlangen-Nuremberg). After his first professional station at BMW AG Research and Technology, he decided in 2013 to start a business with professors Peter Wasserscheid, Wolfgang Arlt and Eberhard Schlücker – the successful path from research to commercialisation began. With its LOHC storage and release plant systems and integrated services for simple, safe and efficient hydrogen infrastructure solutions, the company – founded in 2013 – is a worldwide leading pioneer today, awarded with “The Innovation Prize of the German Economy” as well as named on the “Global Cleantech 100” list in 2021 for the fourth time in a row. Together with strategic investors AP-Ventures, Royal Vopak, Mitsubishi Corporation, Covestro, Winkelmann Group and Hyundai Motor Company, Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies is pushing forward with large volume and international projects to enable the LOHC technology to scale.