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About GHT

About GHT

For green change with Green Hydrogen Technology.

We are a technology provider, providing an alternative process for the economical production of climate-neutral hydrogen that relies on existing local infrastructure. Our technology uses plastic waste with a negative price for on-site industrial production of the climate-friendly energy carrier.

With our production facilities, operators can generate climate-neutral hydrogen at low cost – for their own use or for economic marketing. At the same time, the technology contributes to a solution for existing and future challenges in waste disposal.

Robert Nave

Robert Nave is an experienced energy expert. In his previous positions, he advised companies on green transformation processes and decarbonization programs.

He focused on strategies for the energy transition and the future supply of hydrogen.

2018 – 2022:  McKinsey & Company, Management Consulting (Associate Partner)

2015 – 2018: JP Morgan

2013-2015: University if Mannheim, Master in Management (M.Sc.)

2010-2013: University of Mannheim, Bachelor in Business Administration (B. Sc.)

Harald Mayer

Harald Mayer is an experienced multi-entrepreneur and investor.

With over 30 years of start-up experience, he leads the start-up and is convinced of the innovative power and future strength of GHT.

1989: Founding of HAMA GmbH und CO.KG

2004: Founding of HAMA Austria GmbH at Linz, Austria

2005: Opening of the first 24/7 rental station in Germany
HAMA receives the award “Bavaria’s Best 50” for outstanding medium-sized companies by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs

2007: Founding of HAMA Beteiligungs GmbH

2008: Founding of Hama Holding GmbH, Hama Oto Kiralama A. S. in Turkey,
TC Trucks Center GmbH

2020: Founding of Green Hydrogen Technology

Daniel Buchholz

Mechanical engineer with extensive experience in the development and worldwide commissioning of industrial plants for high-temperature processes.

Daniel Buchholz
Senior Project Manager

Kelechi John

Process engineer with background in the energy, safety and environmental engineering sectors.
He is a specialist with steady-state and dynamic modeling, data analysis and process optimization.

Kelechi John
Process Engineer

Nadia Romdhane

Process engineer with extensive experience in thermal utilization of biomass, plant design for chemical processes and development of patented processes.

Nadia Romdhane
Head of Process Engineering

Rafael Suter

Experienced software engineer with rich practical background in programming and commissioning of industrial plants.

Rafael Suter
Software/Automation Engineer

  • Former Senior Partner, McKinsey

  • Former attorney for mergers, acquisitions and capital markets

  • Areas of expertise: strategy, corporate governance and finance
  • Consultant at Spencer Stuart

  • Former Head of Communications at Dresdner Bank and Deutsche Börse

  • Areas of expertise: leadership, public affairs and communications
  • Former State Secretary, Managing Director of VDMA Baden-Württemberg

  • Areas of expertise: network industry and politics
Alfred Edlinger

Inventor of more than 600 patented products, co-founder of GHT

Dr. Johann Daimer

Calculation of mass and energy balances, calculation of reaction equilibria

Dr. Günter Harp

Support conception catalysts

Johannes Imle

Consulting and practical tests for refractory materials

Werner Schulte

Support in the design of the industrial plant and technical studies

Andreas Loebner

Creation of the basic design for steel and apparatus construction as well as P&I of the test facility

Manuel Schwabl

Consulting on process engineering as an independent expert

Axel Schmid

Consulting basic design, layout of components and detail design for R&R-Beth



Founding of GHT

Harald Mayer founds Green Hydrogen Technology.      

Patent application Voraphos



The innovative entrained flow reactor is patented.




Basic design of the pilot plant

The basic design of the GHT pilot plant is developed.




Patent publication


The patent for the innovative technology of the production of hydrogen from waste materials is published


Certification of the feasibility study

The production process for processing hydrogen from wood waste has been tested by TÜV Süd. The process thus meets the requirements for certification.


Commissioning of pilot plant

First industrial-scale test runs are carried out in Leoben (Austria).



Partnership with ETG

Green Hydrogen Technology (GHT) and ETG Entsorgung + Transport have agreed a strategic partnership to produce climate-neutral energy from waste.