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Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies appoints new Chief Commercial Officer and Chief Strategy Officer

Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies appoints Dr. Toralf Pohl joining as new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) and former Head of Strategy Dr Andreas Lehmann filling the vacancy of the newly established position of Chief Strategy Officer (CSO). These new additions to the company’s C-level are testimony to the strong growth that Hydrogenious has seen in recent months. While the young company strives to establish safe, large-scale H2 transport chains using liquid organic H2 carriers (LOHC) to decarbonize global industry and mobility, the continued development and professionalization of its management structures is also of highest importance.

Toralf Pohl

As the new CCO, Toralf Pohl contributes to the commercial department with more than 15 yr of experience in international market and business development. His vast expertise spans product marketing and sales, but also JV-buildings and M&A activities in the renewable energy and Power-to-X industry. Before joining Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, the business jurist with an MBA from European Business School in Oestrich Winkel and Durham Business School served over a decade at the wind turbine manufacturer Senvion in various leadership functions, both in the holding as well as in the country operation for Canada. His last position was Executive Vice President International Project Development at PNE AG, a German Renewable Project Developer and IPP. At Hydrogenious, Toralf Pohl will manage international Business and Partnership Development to advance and sell LOHC solutions in line with the market on a strategic and structural level.

Andreas Lehmann

Dr. Andreas Lehmann as the new CSO brings more than 7 yr of experience in the fields of strategy and corporate finance to the table. He worked as project manager at McKinsey and Company in its German Hydrogen Strategy team before joining Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies as Head of Strategy in 2020. He has a PhD in engineering from the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. As the new CSO for Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, Andreas Lehmann is responsible for company strategy, funding management and investor relations. Serving also as CEO of Hydrogenious LOHC Emirates, the regional spearhead of Hydrogenious in the Middle East, he is pushing LOHC-based H2 exports from the Arab region forward.


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