Universal Hydrogen Co has been able to attract some of the top minds and leaders in cleantech, logistics, and aviation to our company and our mission to get aviation and other difficult-to-decarbonize sectors on a trajectory to meet Paris Agreement goals. Jørn Rosenlund will be the company’s new Chief Operating Officer, coming to Universal Hydrogen from Nel Hydrogen, where he was Chief Strategy Officer and before that Senior VP responsible for the Fueling Division. Jørn joined Nel with the acquisition of H2 Logic, where he was COO. Jørn will be Managing Director of Universal Hydrogen Denmark ApS. He also serves on the board of Everfuel, a European green hydrogen supply and fueling company.Anna Goranson is Universal Hydrogen’s first VP of People. Anna joins Universal Hydrogen from Airspace, a growth-stage startup providing time-critical logistics, where she also headed the people organization, more than doubling the size of the company. Previously, Anna headed people ops at MediaAlpha and helped lead the company through its IPO. Adam Metzger is named Interim CFO. Adam is a prolific investor and advisor to a broad range of startups. He was previously Vice President at BNP Paribas and prior to that a trader and portfolio manager.Universal Hydrogen further added two aviation industry veterans to its Strategic Advisory Board. Patrick de Castelbajac was formerly CEO of Nordic Aviation Capital, the largest lessor of regional aircraft in the world. Patrick was also CEO of ATR, the leading maker of regional planes, as well as Chief Strategist for Airbus, in charge of the plane maker’s product and services policy. Roei Ganzarski was previously CEO of MagniX, a leader in aircraft electrification, and the Executive Chairman of Eviation Aircraft, the developer of the world’s first all-electric middle-mile aircraft. Roei is a former Boeing executive, having held many roles including CCO of Boeing Flight Services. Patrick and Roei will serve on the SAB alongside current members Tom Enders, Lourdes Maurice, and Carl Burleson.Universal Hydrogen is making hydrogen-powered commercial flight a near-term reality. The company takes a flexible, scalable, and capital-light approach to hydrogen logistics by transporting it in modular capsules over the existing freight network from green production sites to airports around the world. To accelerate market adoption, Universal Hydrogen is also developing a conversion kit to retrofit existing regional airplanes with a hydrogen-electric powertrain compatible with its modular capsule technology.