Project Coordinator Hydrogen
Total Gas Mobility
Project Coordinator Hydrogen
Total Gas Mobility

Fanny Cacherat

Copyright © 2018-2020 Fanny Cacherat
I am a polyglot engineer, currently working as a Project Coordinator for Hydrogen in the World Business Line: Total Gas Mobility. We provide our affiliates with strategy orientations and we support them in the development of Hydrogen Refuelling Stations.


Oct 2020-Now
Project Coordinator Hydrogen
Total Gas Mobility - Netherlands
Oct 2018-Sept 2020
Project Engineer Hydrogen & e-Mobility (V.I.E.)
Total - Berlin, Germany

Coordinated the e-mobility (Hydrogen + Battery) market expansion of TOTAL's infrastructure in Germany

Feb 2016 - July 2016
Thermal Engineer (Internship)
CERN - Geneva, Switzerland

Thermal characterization of solid materials in the low-temperature range

Mar 2015 - Aug 2015
Assistant Research Engineer (Internship)
CERN - Geneva, Switzerland

Studies concerning the use of a thermal cooling shield.
Performed technical calculations and designing a test bench for thermal measurements for the ICARUS detector in collaboration with FermiLAB (USA).

Apr 2014 - July 2014
Assistant Research Engineer (Internship)
Air Liquide - Grenoble, France

Conducted experiment on optimization of thermal leaks in cryogenic tanks for Ariane’s launchers test benches.

2014 - 2016
Master's degree
Grenoble Alps University

M.Eng: Process Engineering (Energy Engineering

2013 - 2014
Bachelor's degree
Grenoble Alps University

B.Eng: Process Engineering

2011 - 2013
Diploma of Higher Education (DUT)
Grenoble Alps University

Thermal and Energy Engineering


Mother tongue
  • French
Second languages
  • English
  • Italian
  • German



“I am pleased to actively support the change from a mineral oil company towards more renewable and alternative fuels. Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time and it requires the commitment of everyone.”


“Unterschiedlich ist aber die Reichweite der beiden Kraftstoff-Alternativen. Für lange Strecken würden sich E-Autos noch nicht eignen, meint Total-Energieingenieurin Fanny Cacherat.”