Dr. Uwe Albrecht is Managing Director of Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH (LBST), a Munich based consulting firm for sustainable energy and mobility.
Hydrogen has been a focus activity for four decades, and LBST has been supporting international customers from industry, finance, and the public sector with techno-economic analyses, modelling, and feasibility studies as well as with detailed advice on the associated regulatory and market environment. The focused expertise of LBST covers the entire hydrogen value chain.
A key common denominator of all activities is the rigorous system approach, making sure all relevant elements of a tightly networked system are taken into account, providing the customers of LBST with a comprehensive and complete basis for their decisions.
Dr. Albrecht joined LBST in 2008 from Siemens Venture Capital, where he was a Managing Partner, supporting the corporate growth strategy of Siemens AG with international investments into innovative startup companies in the energy and industry sectors. Prior responsibilities include various innovation and technology management roles at Siemens AG and at Mannesmann AG.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Washington, Seattle, a Physics Diploma from Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, and a Ph.D. (summa cum laude) in Physics from Universität Konstanz.
02:25 pm - 03:10 pm
1. Wird die Fahrzeugbranche den Herausforderungen der Mobilitätswende gerecht?
2. Welche Chancen sind mit der Wasserstoffmobilität verbunden?
3. Welche Herausforderungen gibt es für die Etablierung einer H2-Mobilität in Deutschland und Europa und wie lassen sich diese lösen?
4. Welche Rolle kann und muss die Politik für die Errichtung einer H2-Mobilität spielen?
Session language: German
From theory to application, hydrogen finds early use cases in mobility and requires an adequate infrastructure to perform. For Germany, what is getting put in place? Where do concrete actions start and what obstacles need to be overcome? In this session DWV members present their mobility and infrastructure solutions, highlights and remaining challenges.