Per joins SAREN Energy from AF Energi, where he headed its project development department, responsible for setting up and running a portfolio of thermal energy plants. He brings to SAREN a broad experience from management and business development in his previous functions and industries, mainly within the energy and environmental technology industries, as well as an active board member in numerous boards in different Scandinavian companies. Per replaces interim CEO Anders Ombustvedt who will resume his position as a member of the board.
Information about the Transparency Act can be read here. The Transparency Act came into effect in July 2022 as a means to promote enterprises’ respect for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions in connection with production of goods and provision of services. The Act applies to larger enterprises that are resident in Norway and that offer goods and services in or outside Norway. The Act also applies to larger foreign enterprises that offer goods and services in Norway, and that are liable to tax to Norway pursuant to internal Norwegian legislation. Saren Energy and their subsidiaries are serious about this...
• With the successful merger of SAREN Energy and Kvitebjørn Varme, PATRIZIA Infrastructure has created one of the largest district heating operators in Norway • With the merger, SAREN Energy has three strategically located modern energy from waste (EfW) facilities and a district heating network in Norway • The new platform will support decarbonisation efforts in Norway by exploring carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the coming years • The merger supports PATRIZIA’s ESG strategy to achieve net zero carbon status across its corporate operations and real assets portfolio by 2040 or earlier