Enersize enters the next phase and with a new specialized Board

Nasdaq First North-listed Enersize announces that the Annual General Meeting on June 3, 2022 has decided to appoint a new Board of Directors, according to a proposal from a group of investors who together own just over 30 percent of the company. The intention is to give Enersize good conditions for success when increasing investments in the sales organization.

The new Board of Directors consists of Johan Olson, Chairman of the Board and Ola Möllerström, Elin Skarp and Alexander Fällström as members. The idea is to equip the company with a specialized board to support the company's development.

"I welcome the new Board and look forward to working together and making Enersize even better. That existing owners act long-term and work actively for Enersize to succeed well with the new business model is a good sign of strength.”, says Anders Sjögren, CEO of Enersize.

“I have been following Enersize for a while and when I was asked to take a seat on the Board of Directors, I saw many opportunities. Technology can ensure that our customers save big money while reducing energy needs in the world and it is a win-win for all of us. It will be an interesting journey and with the new board, we have both the competence and the commitment to take the next step together with the management.”, says Johan Olson, Chairman of the Board of Enersize.

Johan Olson is a business economist with a focus on organization and is a certified Board member, project manager and EU project coordinator. Johan has solid experience in business and innovation development and as CEO / leader / member in both listed and unlisted companies.

Ola Möllerström has more than 25 years of experience in international business development. Has management experience of industries and companies that have been transformed into both product offerings and value chains. Ola has many years of background as CEO / leader / member in both listed and unlisted companies.

Elin Skarp has more than 20 years of experience from the security and IT industry in various leading roles, including international business development and customer transformation, sales and marketing, business operation and change management. Elin Skarp has a Master's degree in Political Science from Lund University.

Alexander Fällström has a degree in economics from Harvard University and has a background in Private Equity and M&A with a focus on Industrial and Business Services. Also experience in asset management. Previous employment at Capillar Advisory in Stockholm, and Goldman Sachs & Jefferies in London.

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