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Kimmo Auriemma on board as CCO

Sunna, active in large-scale solar energy, recruits Kimmo Auriemma as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). Kimmo has extensive experience in developing banking licenses and complex application processes in banking and finance.

Stockholm, September 5th 2022 – Sunna Group AB (“Sunna”)

Sunna recruits Kimmo Auriemma

Sunna, active in large-scale solar energy, recruits Kimmo Auriemma as CCO. Kimmo has fifteen years of experience from Telia Division X, Klarna Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland, where he contributed to innovation in IoT and the development of banking licenses, among other things. Kimmo is also a co-founder of Sunna.

Kimmo is driven and creative with extensive experience in solving complex processes. As one of the founders of Sunna, he has a clear vision for the company – to increase the amount of solar in the energy system. We can’t think of a better person to contribute to taking Sunna to the next level than Kimmo, says Louise Richnau, member of the board of Sunna Group AB.

– I am proud to be able to contribute to more domestic electricity production even before 2025. Sweden needs more electricity here and now, not in 10 years’ time. I am really looking forward to shaping Sunna into the company we aspire to be and at the same time contributing to the electrification of society that is going on right now,” says Kimmo Auriemma.

Sunna is opening an office in Stockholm and has previously had its head office in Åre and operations in Gothenburg. Sunna has secured several strategic contracts in 2022 and currently has eight ongoing solar park projects under development.

For more information:

Marcus Qviberg, CEO
0733-17 38 76

About Sunna Group:

Sunna’s ambition is to increase the amount of solar power in the energy system. We develop, own, manage, produce and sell large-scale solar power in the Nordic region. Together with long-term Nordic capital partners, Sunna is a sustainable and long-term player in the Swedish energy market.

Sunna offers companies and municipalities access to larger amounts of green, locally produced solar power, enabling faster regional establishment and expansion of companies, lower local electricity prices in the long term and supporting the electrification of society at large. Our goal is to build 1 gigawatt by 2030.

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