Carl Lieungh elected Chairman of the Board

ZEG Power has elected Carl Lieungh as the new Chairman of the Board. This follows additional changes to the board recently made. The new board now comprises the following members:

Carl Lieungh – Chairman
Bertil Gunnar Jörgen Lundberg
Audun Abelsnes
Kevin Eggers
Jean-Baptiste Curien
Phillipus Rudolf Heydenrich

Carl has long experience within the oil, gas and marine industry. He has strong technical and project management background from working for various Aker and Kværner companies for more than 15 years. Further, he has a strong international business acumen developed over the years from senior management positions in companies like Sevan Marine, NCA, Siemens, KPS and Hitec/HitecVision, and extensive experience of various board positions.

“Hydrogen is widely accepted as a particularly efficient energy carrier, and I am convinced that ZEG Power’s cost-efficient technology with integrated carbon capture will be able to play a significant role in the market for environmentally friendly energy production in the future.” Carl Lieungh says.

ZEG Power owners, board members and team hereby extend a warm welcome to Carl! And at the same time express a strong gratitude to Fredrik Mowill for his important contributions in the role as Chairman of the Board in ZEG Power during the past 2 years.

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