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EH Group Engineering is focused on the design, development and production of its innovative fuel cell solution.  We are based in Canton de Vaud in Switzerland, in close proximity to our key industrial partners.  Together with them and in collaboration with our academic partners, EHG seeks to accelerate the commercialisation and large scale deployment of hydrogen fuel cells in a decarbonising world.

Who We Are:

​Mardit Matian: is a mechanical engineer by background with a PhD from Imperial College London. He has 18+ years of working experience in the field of low/high temperature FCs including PEM/SOFC, team management, and production of hydrogen from ammonia/methane reformers. He has worked in both small and large enterprises such as ABB. He is the founder of the company.

Christopher Brandon: holds an MA in Economics from Edinburgh. He began his career in 1995 at SBC/UBS, as a foreign exchange trader.  In 2000, he co-founded a hedge fund serving global institutional clients.  His activities with EHG are focused on finances and business strategy.

​Alexandre Chainho: mechanical designer integrator who is responsible for the design of new concepts under development in the company. He has 14+ years of experience in  low/high temperature materials, assembly, system design and prototyping (3D-CAD design & assessment), draft & design of automotive assembly line components.  Associate Degree - Automated Mechanical Systems, LEP (FR)

Erich Zehl: is senior electro-mechanical engineer with 7+ years working experience in the field of hydrogen and fuel cells primarily in large automotive groups. He is specialised in system design and integration of low/high voltage components in FC systems.  Six patents in the FC field.  MSc University of Ulm (DE).

Scientific Advisory Board:

​Prof. Nigel Brandon:

Imperial College London (ICL)

Professor of electrochemistry

Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College London,

Prof. Dan Brett:

University College London (UCL)

Professor of Electrochemical Engineering

Head of Electrochemical laboratory at University College London

Prof. Stefano Mischler:

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne  (EPFL)

Professor of surface analysis and corrosion

Editorial board of Elsevier

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