Elias Greenbaum is President of GTA, Inc., a company whose mission is to expand the offshore wind energy business model by adding renewable hydrogen production and storage by subsea electrolyzers that are powered by dedicated offshore wind turbines. GTA was among the first cohort of companies selected by the Department of Energy for participation in the H2@Scale CRADA program. Greenbaum was appointed co-leader of the hydrogen production working group. In addition to his service on the CHBC Board, he serves on the Wind Technologies Standards Committee Floating Offshore Working Group and is a member of the Foundation and Substructure Design subcommittee. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is a former staff member and group leader in the Chemical Technology/Chemical Sciences Divisions at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and received the ORNL 2000 Scientist of the Year award. He is an ORNL Corporate Fellow emeritus and UT-Battelle Distinguished Inventor. He received a Ph.D. in physics from Columbia University.