Joerg Starr has served as Chairman of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) since 2019.
He studied mechanical engineering in Dortmund from 1990 to 1993. Upon completing his degree, his career path led him first to smart and Daimler, where he held successive positions in chassis development and technical project management, and finally, in 2017, to Audi. He has worked as Technical Project Manager on the Audi h-tron project since 2015. He is very familiar with the CEP through his many years of intensive collaboration in the project’s working groups.
The Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) is working, across multiple sectors, towards the market activation of hydrogen and fuel-cell mobility as part of a sustainable energy transition. The partners involved in the CEP are Air Liquide, Audi, BMW, Daimler, GP Joule, H2 Mobility, Honda, Hyundai, Linde, OMV, Shell, Total, Toyota and the Westfalen Group.