Ingrid Capacity is growing and starting more and more projects in energy storage in Sweden. Most recently the company announced that it is now establishing Sweden’s largest battery storage site to date of 70 MW in Karlshamn. As part of the growth journey, the team is further strengthened with energy experts Anton Thorstensson and Sanna Börjeson, both former employees of global consulting firm Ramboll.

Sanna Börjeson has worked at Ramboll as an energy consultant in electrification issues, focusing on electricity market analyses and the development of energy and power strategies that contribute to a more flexible electricity system. She has extensive experience in issues related to post-processing, user flexibility and how battery storage can create robustness in the future energy system. Sanna holds a Master of Science in Energy Systems from Uppsala University. She also has a strong climate commitment and is driven to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable energy system.

Anton Thorstensson previously worked in Niklas Bäcker’s (Head of Strategy at Ingrid Capacity) team at Ramboll, where he led the work on energy storage. He has worked with a wide range of energy and real estate companies on issues related to flexible use and production of electricity, and how battery storage is integrated into different parts of the electricity grid. He has also led investigations identifying suitable connection points for solar, wind and energy storage. In addition, Anton has several years of experience as an employee of the Swedish Armed Forces.

“We are very pleased to welcome Anton and Sanna to our team. Their experience and expertise are a perfect fit for our continued growth journey with upcoming establishments. The transition to fossil-free energy sources requires a renewed energy infrastructure where energy storage has a crucial role to play. Anton and Sanna will contribute to this work”, says Arvid Lilljeqvist, CEO Ingrid Capacity.

Erik Zsiga
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