Iordache Ioan was born in Iasi Romania in 1976 and graduated from the “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi
in the field of Environment Engineering in 2000 and continued and finalized the master’s degree within the specialization of Environment Management in 2001. He completed a PhD in the field of chemistry at the same university in 2007 and a second in University “Politehnica” of Bucharest in the field of Industrial Engineering in 2015. He was selected as delegate of Romania to the FCH States Representatives Group of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) in 2010 and was elected as Vice-Chair of this group in 2015. He is founding member and Executive Director of Romanian Association for Hydrogen Energy. In the last years, him qualification and experience was focused in the field of the fuel cells and hydrogen, application and research. After a serious background in the field of sustainable development and environmental protection, including both academic and industry experiences, he was selected to work in Romanian National Center for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells. He has expert agreement with Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation since 2010.