Gary Robb

Brief info

ary works for the Department of Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies office as a subject matter expert. Other areas of interest include electrochemical energy storage, electrochemical conversion of carbon dioxide, hydrogen production from waste, and general business/technical consulting.

Gary has 25 years of experience in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. Gary grew up in rural Western New York working on cars, trucks and equipment with his father and brothers from an early age. After studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Buffalo and University of Cincinnati, Gary joined the General Motors fuel cell program in 1997. During the next 15 years he held various positions in research, product development and program management as the program grew to over 350 people. In 2016 he started his own consulting company specializing in hydrogen and fuel cells. During 2019 and 2020 he worked as the founder and Chief Technology Officer to create a new US based fuel cell company for commercial vehicles called Hyzon Motors. Gary chose to retire soon after the company became publicly listed on NASDAQ in July 2021 and has returned to hydrogen and fuel cell consulting. Currently, Gary works for the Department of Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies office as a subject matter expert. Other areas of interest include electrochemical energy storage, electrochemical conversion of carbon dioxide, hydrogen production from waste, and general business/technical consulting.