– DENMARK, Kolding – Green Hydrogen Systems A/S (CPH: GREENH), a serial producer of leading pressurized alkaline electrolyzers, today announced the nominations of Anders Vedel, Dr. Armin Schnettler, and Karen Dyrskjøt Boesen for their election to its Board of Directors at an Extraordinary General Meeting to be called soon.
Concurrently, the Board of Directors today elected Christian Clausen as the new Board Chairman, succeeding Thyge Boserup who has decided to step down from the Board as did Karen-Marie Katholm.
Christian Clausen, new Board Chairman said: “Anders Vedel, Dr. Armin Schnettler, and Karen Dyrskjøt Boesen will bring vast executive experience as well as energy, manufacturing, technology, and hydrogen insight from their positions across the energy sector. They will be a valuable contribution to our combined experience and competencies as Green Hydrogen Systems takes the next step in reaching the industrial scale of production.”
As part of leveraging the Board of Directors’ capabilities, the Board will establish a new Manufacturing & Technology Committee. Subject to the election, Anders Vedel and Dr. Armin Schnettler will become part of the Committee.
About Christian Clausen
Christian Clausen is a Danish national and has been a member of Green Hydrogen Systems’ Board of Directors since December 2020.
Christian Clausen holds a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Copenhagen supplemented by Executive Education from INSEAD. Christian Clausen is currently a board member of i.a. Sampo Plc., BW Group, and Blackrock Group Ltd. and brings vast executive experience within the finance and capital markets.
About Anders Vedel
Anders Vedel is a Danish national and educated as a mechanical engineer at Ingeniørhøjskolen in Horsens, Denmark. Anders Vedel has in-depth industry insights and executive management experience from various positions at Vestas Wind Systems, hereunder as Vestas’ CTO and role in Vestas’ technology and manufacturing scaling within wind turbine manufacturing.
About Dr. Armin Schnettler
Dr. Armin Schnettler is a German national with a doctoral degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Dortmund in Germany. Dr. Armin Schnettler brings an academic professorship from RWTH Aachen University and industrial and hydrogen executive management experience from ABB, Siemens, and Siemens Energy.
About Karen Dyrskjøt Boesen
Karen Dyrskjøt Boesen is a Danish national with a Master’s degree in Business Administration and Commercial Law from Copenhagen Business School. Karen Dyrskjøt Boesen has a deep energy sector experience from various commercial and financial executive positions with both DONG Energy (today Ørsted), Maersk Oil, and TotalEnergies, from her current role as Group CFO at Sonnedix, a global PV Solar Power producer, and as a non-executive board and audit and risk committee member.
About Green Hydrogen Systems
Green Hydrogen Systems is a leading provider of standardized and modular electrolyzers to produce green hydrogen solely based on renewable electricity. With its wide range of possible applications, green hydrogen plays a key role in the ongoing fundamental shift in our energy systems towards a net-zero emission society in 2050. As a result, the demand for green hydrogen is surging, requiring a significant scale-up of electrolysis capacity. Founded in 2007 and building on more than 10 years of technology development, Green Hydrogen Systems today has a commercially proven and cost-competitive electrolysis technology endorsed by leading energy, as well as industrial companies.
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