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Markus Bachmeier works in Linde’s Engineering division and is the Head of Hydrogen Solutions.
Following military service in the Alpine and Airborne Divisions, Mr. Bachmeier worked at the Boston Consulting Group in Dusseldorf and Munich as a Consultant and Project Manager, working with clients in the automotive, industrial goods, and durable consumer goods industries. Mr. Bachmeier also worked in sales, marketing, and after sales at BMW AG in Munich, Germany, and Birmingham, UK. Since 2008, he has been employed by Linde AG and is responsible for Hydrogen Solutions.

Mr. Bachmeier received a diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Technical University Munich, Germany, and an MBA degree from INSEAD in France.


  • June 12: Alternative fuels for buses

    Hydrogen Technology – Zero Emission Mobility at scale available already today

    Talking about locally zero emission at large scale, the battery technology won’t be able to manage it alone. It takes another, complementary electric technology: hydrogen and fuel cell technology! It delivers advantages that are necessary to achieve large scale zero emission transportation: (a) long ranges, (b) quick refueling times, which makes it very attractive for mobility provider that cannot allow to put their assets out of operations for longer recharging periods; and (c) the possibility to store renewable energy by producing hydrogen and thus creating a “green” fuel. The even better news is: this technology is available today! Today, there are >340 hydrogen fueling stations in the world. Linde alone has built >10 hydrogen bus depots, the first passenger train will run on hydrogen very soon, and some ridesharing provider use more and more hydrogen cars in their fleets.