Since August 1, there has been a new CEO at the helm of H-Tec’s electrolysis division: Michael Seehuber, who is now managing H-Tec Systems. Seehuber will take over the responsibilities previously held by Uwe Küter, who founded H-Tec in 1997 together with Stefan Höller and left the company in 2014. The company’s former Head of Sales, Ake Johnson, will manage the training division, H-Tec Education. For seven years, Michael Seehuber was CEO of REFUsol, a specialist in inverters, which was bought up by AEI Power in 2013. In August 2014, the electrical engineer established PV4Life, a consultancy for power electronics. Ove Petersen, CEO of GP Joule, had the following to say about him: “Not only does he possess the technical expertise, he also has the necessary management experience.” According to GP Joule, the new director will manage H-Tec Systems from Buttenwiesen in Bavaria to be able to use “as many synergy effects with the R&D department of GP Joule at this location as possible.” The subsidiary of GP Joule, which still employs around 30 employees in Lübeck, focuses on PEM electrolysis systems and the related power-to-gas technology. Currently, the company is testing its “power gap filler” design with a 200-kW demonstration plant in Reußenköge near Husum.