Hilde Gillebo has broad experience from business and project development of hydropower projects in Asia, Africa and Central America. She has been involved in most facets of hydropower projects, from evaluation of business opportunities through to construction. She serves as a board member in LHPC, a hydropower company in Zambia and FIC, a company constructing and developing hydropower plants in Panama. Prior to joining the SN Power Group and Agua Imara, Hilde worked as a Management Consultant in Accenture, mainly within the retail industry and the automotive industry. She has also worked in the oil and gas industry in Europe for a major offshore construction contractor.
Arnt Sollie is Vice President for Powel Smart Generation with expertise in hydropower generation planning and optimisation. In his ten years at Powel Arnt has helped drive growth through developing close working relationships with the top power producers in the Nordics and currently holds a position on Powel’s management team.
Harald Dirdal ist Partner and Project Director at Havgul Clean Energy. He is responsible for the companies offshore wind division in Scandinavia as well as HCE`s hybrid projects in Texas. Harald is also one of the initiators of Havgul AS and its subsidiaries Havsul I, II, III og IV as well as NOR Vind AS.
Håkon Sannum is a Senior Advisor in Multiconsult AS. Multiconsult is a leading multidicipline consulting and engineering comany in Norway offering their services throughout Norway and abroad. Håkon served as the Managing Director of Multiconsult from 2001 to 2011. Prior to 2001 he was employed with Aker for 27 years. Here he worked amongst other as Project Director in some the biggest offshore EP and EPCI projects undertaken by Aker. In the last period of his employment in Aker he was Managing Director of Aker Engineering.
Inger Erikka A. Lundetræ has been Chief of Staff in BKK Production AS since 2011 and is part of the company's management team. BKK Production’s business includes market, operations and maintenance, project development and execution, asset management. Her past and current field of work includes finance and risk management, HR, strategy, legal matters, corporate governance and board work. She has experience from the process industry, power sector and supplier industries. Lundetræ holds a Master of Business Administration from WW Universität Münster in Germany (1993).
Nils Morten Huseby is President & CEO of Rainpower ASA. Rainpower is a leading supplier of hydroelectric turbines and systems to the hydropower industry worldwide. He has more than 20 years of international experience in the energy sector. Prior to joining Rainpower in January 2013, Nils was Executive Vice President for South America for SN Power, where he played a key role in establishing and expanding the company in the region. Nils Morten Huseby holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Mechanical Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in 1991.
Simen Bræin is Vice Precident International Hydro at Statkraft. He joined Statkraft in 2008 after working as a Norwegian diplomat in the US and Serbia. His current position in Statkraft involves strategy, public affairs and regulatory issues for the international hydropower activities. Simen is also member of the Board of Directors of SN Power, a renewable energy company investing in emerging markets.
Anne Marit Skulberg is Senior Adviser in the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry. She has a broad business experience from working more than 25 years with the Norwegian industry, both within the industry and as a consultant. She is now in the Trade Policy Department, international section in the ministry. She holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Chemical Engineering from The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in 1983, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Brunel University, England in 1988.
Kirsten Hammelbo is Senior Adviser in the energy team of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her work in the Ministry has covered a broad range of issues, including European affairs, security policy, maritime affairs and Arctic issues. Her overseas postings include Washington, D.C., Hong Kong and Rome. Kirsten has also served as international adviser in the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association and as Deputy Director General in the Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs. She holds a business degree from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration.
Øivind Johansen is an Assistant Director General in the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Department for Climate, Industry and Technology. He graduated from the University of Oslo in 1992 with a degree of Master of Law. Øivind`s previous and current field of work in the Ministry comprises a. o. energy law including power market regulations, hydropower licensing and watercourse management. Current work especially relates to the energy industry and international renewable energy issues. Besides his responsibilities in the Norwegian government Øivind holds a range of positions in national and international organisations.