Tim Wissink studied Chemical Engineering and Applied Physics at the Eindhoven University of Technology and graduated as MSc in April 2019. His graduation project about photo-electrochemical CO2 reduction was conducted in the research group ‘Inorganic Materials and Catalysis’ lead by Prof. dr. Emiel Hensen. In the same research group, during his bachelor, he started a project to develop formic acid as an energy carrier. He then continued leading the research in the student team ‘Team FAST’, to develop a formic acid to power system. This led to the founding of the start-up ‘DENS’, bringing the formic acid to power generator to market.