April 5th 16:30 CET
Join us in a series of discussions centred around Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Batteries in 2023.
Let’s start the discussion with Christopher Brandon, Co-Founder and Director of EHGroup, an innovative company in the field of hydrogen fuel cells and clean energy who participated in the Inpho Venture Summit start-up award in 2022.
In a context where electricity and fossil fuels are becoming pricier, can hydrogen fuel cells become the next best alternative? Hydrogen can be a game changing resource in the worldwide energy strategy for its potential use across a large spectrum of sectors : commercial, transportation, industrial, and more. In addition, its use would reduce the greenhouse gas emissions.
However, the challenges of the deployment, the costs, the production of green hydrogen and scalling challenges need to be answered. The questions surrounding its growing market projected at 761B US$ in 2040, its time-to-market and adoption at scale still need to be addressed.
Meet with Christopher Brandon, Co-Founder & Director of EHGroup and participant in the INPHO Summit start-up award in 2022.
Co-Founder & Director
Christopher, began his career in 1995 at SBC/UBS Warburg, as a currency proprietary trader in Geneva, London & Singapore. In 2000, he co-founded a longstanding macro FX hedge fund, providing uncorrelated absolute returns to institutional clients, raising over 2Bio USD over a 20 year period. An active clean-tech investor he is focused on EH Group’s finance and business strategy. MA(Hons) Economics University of Edinburgh.
EHGroup, is an innovation-driven hydrogen fuel cells company who’s goal is to solve the issues of costs and complexity of fuel cells. It is aimed at accelerating decarbonisation of heavy-duty mobility and large scale stationary power. The technology developped offers extremely high power density and unique production process that radically reduces costs.