Paul Lucchese is working at CEA, French public research Institute on low Carbon technologies as energy system  analyst and on charge on low carbon energy prospective. He is also currently chairing the IEA(International Energy Agency) Hydrogen Technology Collaboration Programme, gathering 26 countries and many sponsors including Hydrogen Council. He was part of the team of the IEA “Future of Hydrogen “report, delivered to G20 summit in june 2019. He is also co-editor in chief of the international scientific Journal “STET: Science and technology for Energy Transition”

He is an international expert on Hydrogen and energy system, involved in many international organizations and European Programmes, creating Hydrogen Europe Research in 2007 and member of Governing board of European program FCH JU for 9 years. He was also French representative for many years at IPHE (International Partnership on hydrogen and fuel cells in the Economy) and chair of the IPHE ILC committee.

He was the former deputy director of Capenergies, an industrial private/public cluster in South of France. He leaded many years the R&D CEA programme on new technologies for energy, including PV, Hydrogen and fuel cells, biofuels, batteries and energy efficiency programme.

He is graduate from Ecole Centrale  de Paris, as an engineer in nuclear engineering and a master of Sciences in Applied Chemistry.

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