Bart Kolodziejczyk joined Boston Consulting Group in March 2022. He is a leader in the firm's work on hydrogen and clean technologies. Bart advises clients from around the world on hydrogen, batteries, clean technologies, and decarbonization—with an emphasis on decarbonization strategy, project development, and optimization; and investment in emerging technologies and revenue streams.

Over the last 15 years, Bart has worked in the solar and wind industry, as well as for hydrogen and cleantech startups. Before joining the firm, Bart served as Chief Scientist for Fortescue Metals Group Ltd., the fourth-largest iron ore producer globally. Previously, he held roles including Visiting Professor and Chief Technology Officer.

Bart has also advised the United Nations, NATO, OECD, G20, World Energy Council, World Economic Forum, SAE International, and European Commission on science, technology, innovation, and policy. Bart holds several patents and has been published in and appeared on numerous media outlets, including SBS, BBC, ABC, Forbes Magazine, Business Insider, and many more. He is an alumnus of the Global Young Academy, an active IUCN Commission Member, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, Fellow of the Explorers Club, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, among others. Bart is actively involved in his local community, providing volunteering, mentorship, and science-related education.


  • PhD, materials engineering, Monash University 
  • PhD, microelectronics, École des Mines de Saint-Étienne 
  • MSc, renewable energy science, University of Iceland 
  • MSc, geographic information systems and earth observation for environmental modeling and natural resource management, Lund University 
  • MSc, European studies, University of Gothenburg 
  • MSc, IT project management, Stockholm University 
  • MSc/BSc, engineering and mechanical engineering, Rzeszow University of Technology 


  • Order of Australia for service to science in the field of hydrogen energy, 2022 
  • MIT Technology Review’s Innovators Under 35  
  • Advance Award in Sustainability