Our team was formed in April 2008, under the leadership of Jean-François Weber, who had formerly been involved for many years in car racing and the 24 Hours of Le Mans event. In particular, in 2005,he developed an electric propulsion system designed for competition cars.
With the same enthusiasm, he now leads this great adventure working together with his team mates: Christophe Schwartz, a specialist in fuel cells, and two authentically visionary automobile enthusiasts, Stanislas de Sadeleer and Christophe Ricard.
General Manager, Head of R & D - One of GreenGT’s three founders. EPFL Mechanical Engineer,HEC Graduate. After 15 years in strategy consulting and communications at PWC, he has taken over the management of Mader Racing on behalf of Mecachrome.
Founding Partner - One of GreenGT’s three founders. EPFL Microtechnology Engineer. A specialist in engineering, production and project management for the automotive industry since 1992. He has been active in the renewable energy field since 2001.
Stanislas de Sadeleer
Founding Partner - One of GreenGT’s three founders. A company director and investor in high-tech business ventures, particularly in the field of motor racing. After active involvement in skiing at world level, he later participated in the most important motorsport classics (Spa 24 Hours, Daytona, Le Mans Classic 24 Hours, Tour Auto ...)
Sales & Marketing Director - Founder of JMB Racing in 1995. Fourteen international titles won, including three World Cups in endurance, a world title in FIA GT and another in the Le Mans Series.
Major Shareholder - Joined GreenGT in 2010. From 1995 to 2009, he was Chairman & CEO of OMPharma, Geneva (biotech). MBA and Marketing & Advertising graduate (USC/Columbia). A former competition driver in Formula Ford (France Championship, Eurocup, Festival) and endurance (FIASportscar, LMES), he is now an investor in innovative high-tech business ventures.
1839 Sir William Grove, drawing inspiration from the work of his friend Christian Friedrich Schönbein, discovers the PAC fuel cell.
1899 The world’s first electric car − Jamais contente − uses two motors with a maximum power output of 50 kW.
1959 Francis T. Bacon creates the first 5 kW fuel cell.
1966 General Motors builds its first vehicle − the Electrovan − equipped with a hydrogen and oxygen powered fuel cell.
2008 GreenGT launches its first electric powertrain equipped with lithium-ion batteries, with an output power of 200 kW.
2010 Citroën chooses GreenGT’s powertrain for its Survolt.
2012 GreenGT creates the H2, the world’s first racing car powered by an electric hydrogen fuel cell, with an output power of 300 kW.