Renewable Hydrogen Canada (RH2C) Presentation by Juergen Puetter, CEO

Juergen Puetter is CEO of Renewable Hydrogen Canada (RH2C) and has a distinguished career of converting innovative concepts into successful businesses.
In 1977 he started Bionaire (indoor environmental control products) and took the company public in 1984. He served as President until 1992 when he moved to the West Coast to start Hydroxyl Systems (water and waste water treatment) which he ran as President until 2003.  In 2003 he founded Aeolis Wind Power which he continues to run as its President.   In 2008, Juergen founded Blue Fuel Energy to produce low carbon and renewable liquid fuels. In 2008, the Government of Canada appointed Juergen to serve as Chair of Sustainable Development Technology Canada, which he did until 2013. Juergen was appointed by the Premier of BC to serve on the Muskaw–Kechika advisory board as a director.

In 2012 Juergen founded Canadian Methanol Corporation to take advantage of Canada’s abundant natural gas and renewable energy resources as well as BC’s strategic location as a global supplier of Methanol.  In 2018, he founded Renewable Hydrogen Canada to use low cost wind energy from Aeolis wind sites to produce renewable hydrogen on a globally significant scale.

This presentation was given at the New Business Opportunities in Hydrogen session at the Hydrogen Business Council’s (HBC’s) Hydrogen, Sustainability and Finance Conference 2020.

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