• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Soufien Taamallah

Electric Hydrogen

Senior Engineering Product Manager

Dr. Soufien Taamallah is a Senior Engineering Product Manager at Electric Hydrogen. Prior to joining Electric Hydrogen, Soufien was a director at IHS Markit focused on energy technologies and hydrogen research. He is an expert in energy systems and a technical lead in the S&P Global hydrogen initiative. He has extensive academic and industry experience in the energy field, from startups to large multinationals. His previous experiences include a senior research and development engineer role at L3 Open Water Power, a startup developing novel fuel cells for powering unmanned underwater vehicles. He also worked at General Electric's Global Research Center as a combustion test and computational fluid dynamics engineer. Before that, he was a research assistant in the Reacting Gas Dynamics Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pursuing his doctoral studies on fuel flexibility and hydrogen’s impact on gas turbine combustion. Soufien served in the French Naval Aviation, and he holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering with a minor in economics from Ecole Polytechnique, France, a Master of Science in energy engineering and science from Ecole des Mines de Paris, France, and a doctorate in mechanical engineering and computation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States.

Sessions With Soufien Taamallah

Tuesday, 7 March

  • 04:00pm - 04:30pm (CST) / 07/mar/2023 10:00 pm - 07/mar/2023 10:30 pm

    Electric Hydrogen | Fossil-Free Hydrogen at Fossil-Parity Cost

    In this session, Electric Hydrogen will provide an overview of its mission and differentiated product. The team will explain how EH2's 100 MW turnkey electrolysis plant is cost optimized — from proprietary electrochemical cell design to plant deployment — to minimize the levelized cost of hydrogen. EH2-LCOH+™, an advanced plant performance and economics model available to EH2 partners, will be used to illustrate EH2's product advantage with or without subsidies.