Hydrogen Supply, liquefaction and refuelling projects in Germany
September 23 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree – $10.00
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About the Presentation
First presentation titled:
Integrated 24MW hydrogen supply and liquefaction project for fuel cell ferry in Leuna, Germany
Presented by Uwe Zwiefelhoer
- Uwe Zwiefelhofer has headed Business Development and Sales of Linde Engineering in APAC (excl. China) since 2019 and is based in Singapore. Prior to this, he was based in Tehran as General Manager of Linde AG and held various business development positions within since he joined the company in 2013. Between 2010 and 2013, he served as Head of Business Development at the petrochemical division of Ferrostaal in Germany. Before this he worked with Lurgi AG (later Air Liquide) where he started his professional career in the field of process engineering in 1992. He held various senior positions in process design, project execution and marketing in Germany and Australia. He went on to become Head of Sales Asia and was based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for 6 years until 2010. Uwe Zwiefelhofer holds a diploma in Chemical Engineering from University Erlangen, Germany.
Second presentation titled:
First hydrogen fuel cell train and refuelling project in Germany
Presented by Thomas Kurt Schaefer
- Thomas Kurt Schaefer is Global Market & Business Development Manager for Linde Hydrogen FuelTech, an 100% affiliate of Linde Engineering. In this role he is responsible for the commercialization of Linde’s hydrogen refueling technology. Prior to this assignment he was Co-founder and Head of Marketing of Linde’s corporate start-up BeeZero, the world’s first carsharing scheme exclusively for fuel cell vehicles. Before joining Linde in 2012 as Segment Manager Energy Infrastructure, he held miscellaneous marketing and new business development roles at Osram and Panasonic. Thomas studied business administration at the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel, California State University, and Tec de Monterrey in Mexico.