AMR AG has been founded in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland on 18.3.2021 by 15 shareholders. The Swiss joint stock company has CHF 100.000 capital, split up in 2.000 shares with a nominal value of CHF 50 each. Today (19th of September 2023) there are 37 shareholders.
In April 2023 we received financial support in form of a loan from the Dutch organization Carbonfix. This loan allowed us to open our own lab, where we develop our dispersion technology.
More shareholders are welcome. Our financial strategy includes growth in the number of shareholders. Share prices are increasing with the value and size of the company. At this stage the number of shares remains fixed, but we can accomodate additional shareholders. Interested parties may contact us here.
Current shareholders include:
Oswald Petersen, born 1960, is a German economist and IT-consultant who went to school in Schule Schloss Salem and graduated with a diploma in Volkswirtschaftslehre (National Economics) from Freie Universität Berlin in 1989. He lived and worked in Germany, Australia and Switzerland where he currently lives with his wife Maria. Since many years his main professional focus is in the health industry.
Oswald heads a Swiss initiative against tax-exempted shopping tourism, the Kreuzlinger Iniative gegen die Mehrwertsteuersubvention, and invented a system to deliver pizza without a one-way package, the Pizzacarrier. In 2008 he worked with Renaud de Richter on solar-updraft towers where he learnt a lot about lattice steel towers. In 2020 he became a member of Restore Our Climate and in 2021 he founded AMR AG.
Stacy Yee grew up in the United States and now lives in southern Germany. She studied chemical engineering at the University of Michigan and received her degree in 2010. During her studies she contributed to nanobiotechnology and nanotechnology research projects there, as well as at Cornell University and Auburn University.
After graduating, Stacy joined Intel Corporation in Oregon, USA. She worked there as a chemical engineer in materials and failure analysis, a systems engineer in systems modeling and optimization, and a mechanical design engineer working on Google reference devices.
Following her transition to Germany, Stacy is currently pursuing her interest in climate technology and carbon removal to fight the climate crisis.
Stacy spends her free time in the mountains rock climbing or snowboarding, in the oceans SCUBA diving, or at home playing the piano, her violin or her ukulele.
Born 1978 in Hamburg, Germany, is a partner in a private equity firm in Berlin. During his career he has acquired extensive experience in conducting due diligence and the acquisition and sale of companies. He has also occupied management positions in several different companies and industry sectors.
Edward Lowes is a British engineer and has been living in Darmstadt, Germany since 2016, where he works as a research associate at the Passive House Institute.
Edward studied architecture at the University of Liverpool, graduating from their master’s programme in 2011. Following this he worked at Eight Associates, a sustainability consultancy to the construction industry in London, carrying out environmental assessments, energy calculations and thermal modelling for historic building refurbishment schemes. Edward’s current work involves computational finite element method analysis and subsequent certification of building components as suitable for passive houses, including construction systems, windows, entrance doors and curtain wall facades.
Edward’s interest in atmospheric methane removal comes from a desire to advance technologies that can have the greatest impact on slowing global warming.
born in Berlin, Germany, now living in Madrid Spain.
Owner of URBAN ZERO, a company dedicated to the distribution of E-bikes in Spain. Promoting the change of urban mobility to a more sustainable model.
Animal lover, committed to the wellbeing and rights of animals.
Peter Fiekowsky is an MIT-educated physicist with 27 patents, a serial entrepreneur, activist and social innovator. He founded the Foundation for Climate Restoration (F4CR) and predecessor groups, as well as the Methane Action group and Methane Oxidation Corporation.
He helped found a renewable energy financing company, and wrote the F4CR climate restoration white paper. Over the last eight years he has worked closely with the entrepreneurial and academic leaders developing the viable, scalable, and permanent solutions that constitute the Climate Restoration path. You can preview the Climate Restoration Status 2021 deck and the longer Climate Restoration white paper.
Jan-Ludwig Beringer is the founder and President of Rohde & Liesenfeld Canada Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary company Rohde & Liesenfeld (USA) Inc., who specialize in the global supply chain for the construction and deployment of large scale industrial projects.
The U.S. company most recently supported NASA in the transportation of the James Webb Telescope from California to the launch site in French Guiana.
Helmut Bär, born in 1948, studied electrical engineering at the Technical University of Munich, specializing in data processing, with a degree in engineering in 1976. Helmut worked for various companies in the Lake Constance area such as AEG, Dornier and EADS (now Airbus), mainly in the areas of defense, weather services and air traffic control. He also managed software projects in Germany together with American companies, in Brazil, Romania, South Africa and most recently the Sultanate of Oman.
He spends his free time as a pensioner traveling, playing boule and doing photography
Sabine was the first shareholder of AMR. She went to school in Schule Schloss Salem with Oswald Petersen. Later she lived in Peru and Italy. Today Sabine is an occupational therapist in Stuttgart, Germany.