Sunna, a large-scale solar energy company, recruits Marcus Qviberg as CEO. Marcus has fifteen years of experience in the data centre industry.
Åre, October 12th 2021 – Sunna Group AB (“Sunna”)
Sunna, a large-scale solar energy company, recruits Marcus Qviberg as CEO. Marcus has fifteen years of experience in the data centre industry, where he has contributed to the development of Coromatic’s operations in Sweden.
– We are delighted that Marcus has accepted the position as CEO of Sunna. A company under construction in a growing industry requires a leader with weight in both business development and long-term relationship building. His experience of the fast-growing data centre industry is unique and incredibly valuable as he realises Sunna’s ambition to meet the challenges facing society in terms of electricity shortages. Our goal is to build 500 MW of solar power by 2025 – equivalent to about half of Sweden’s largest hydroelectric power plant. We can’t think of a better person to lead Sunna on this journey than Marcus,” says Karin Zingmark, member of the board of Sunna Group AB.
– It’s inspiring, exciting and incredibly fun all at the same time. I am very much looking forward to starting this journey together with all my new amazing colleagues at Sunna. Building Sunna into the great company we aspire to be and at the same time contributing to the energy transition that is now underway is a dream come true for me,” says Marcus Qviberg.
Sunna has, as previously communicated, recruited one of Scandinavia’s most experienced people in solar energy, Johan Paradis, in the role of CTO. Johan complements Marcus with his long experience in procuring and operating large solar parks. In 2021, Sunna has secured over 300 hectares of land for large-scale solar power plants and has raised capital from strategic capital partners.
For more information:
Marcus Qviberg, CEO
0733-17 38 76
About Sunna Group:
Sunna’s ambition is to increase the amount of solar in the energy system. Together with long-term capital partners, Sunna will become a sustainable player in the Swedish energy market. We will develop, own and manage large-scale solar power. Sunna offers companies and municipalities access to larger amounts of green, locally produced solar power, enabling faster regional establishment and expansion of companies, as well as supporting the electrification of society at large. Sunna currently aims to build 500 MW by 2025 – equivalent to about half of Sweden’s largest hydroelectric power plants. For more information, visit sunnagroup.com.