From Daniel Teichmann, CEO, Hydrogenious Technologies GmbH
Great success for the BHC-spin-off company: Hydrogenious Technologies was awarded the Bavarian Founder Prize in the “concept” category on May 25th 2014 at a festive gala at the Nuremberg Convention Center.
The Bavarian Founder Prize is the most important award for outstanding entrepreneurs in Bavaria. It is awarded for exemplary achievements in the development of innovative and viable business ideas and the establishment and expansion of new businesses. The aim is to encourage a positive entrepreneurial climate in Bavaria and to encourage self-employment. The Bavarian Founder Prize is an initiative of the Sparkasse, stern, ZDF and Porsche and since 1997 is awarded in six categories of Bavarian entrepreneurs and initiatives.
Hydrogenious Technologies develops commercial systems for storing regenerative energy in liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC). This significant technology was developed at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität and Bavarian Hydrogen Center. The BHC-project leaders, Prof. Arlt, Prof. Schlücker, Prof. Wasserscheid, and former BHC-member Daniel Teichmann, along with the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg are stakeholders at Hydrogenious Technologies.