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29th of June 2021
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Welcoming New Business Development Colleagues

We are pleased to introduce the latest members of the Business Development team: Eren Engur, Roberto Martin, Mats Ottosson, Björn Samuelsson, and Hans Svanbom. Eren, Roberto, Björn, and Hans join as Senior Business Development Managers responsible for driving business activities in key markets, while Mats joins as our Senior Manager of Commercial Aftermarket Services, where he will be leading customer support throughout the TES.POD's life cycle. "We are delighted to see the team growing with these new additions. With over 100 years of combined experience, we are gaining considerable knowledge in our commercial operations, and we know our clients and partners will value both their insights and expertise," Ralf Wiesenberg, VP Business Development.

Eren Engur is a seasoned renewable energy professional with over 15 years of executive expertise in the solar and energy storage sectors, with a keen understanding of RE market design/fundamentals and business models, and strong in-market commercial and transactional experience who has been covering Eastern-Europe, U.S.A, Middle East, Africa and Asia regions. "I look forward to introducing our long-duration energy storage system to the market. It is a unique technology that will really help our transition to renewable energy," Eren Engur.

Roberto Martin is a Renewable Energy Engineer with more than 10 years of experience in the Solar PV Industry in Africa and Southeast Asia, including Kenya, Rwanda, and Indonesia. He has been involved in the development and delivery of multiple C&I and Rural Electrification projects working with both EPC and IPP companies. “Energy Storage is the new challenge and opportunity in the Renewable Energy industry - and Azelio’s technology is going to play a key role in this new era,” Roberto Martin.

Mats Ottosson international career within sales and business development spans multiple industries and various product/applications, securing customer values and satisfaction, throughout the life cycle. “I’m excited to be a part of shaping the renewable energy market of the future, with our leading-edge technology and service offerings, in collaboration with all stakeholders, around the globe,” Mats Ottosson. “I’m really looking forward to the accelerated journey for a more sustainable environment, together with business benefits and reliability.”

Björn Samuelsson, a Mechanical Engineer, will strengthen existing partnerships and develop new ones in his role as Senior Business Development Manager. In a career spanning 35 years, Björn has supported customers and partners with profitable solutions and products in many different positions, countries, and industry sectors, including power and renewable energy, as well as distributed generation for C&I." I am looking forward to this exciting opportunity and I can't wait to introduce clients to this game-changing technology."

Hans Svanbom has extensive experience in start-ups, business development, and leading commercial teams in numerous counties and sectors including telecoms, water, and agriculture. He shares a passion for our planet and implementing climate objectives that are needed for a sustainable future. "I'm looking forward to growing the Azelio footprint in the world and in doing so contributing something good for our future," Hans M Svanbom.

 

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