New Chairman of the Board at Green Hydrogen Systems
KOLDING, Denmark – Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS), the industry leader in standardized, modular, next-generation alkaline electrolyzers, has appointed Thyge Boserup as Chairman of its Board of Directors.
Mr. Boserup has headed business and corporate development work at several large corporations, most recently as Senior Vice President and Head of Development, Regulatory & Markets, Offshore Wind at Ørsted, a global leader in offshore wind and ranked #1 as the world’s most sustainable company.
At Green Hydrogen Systems, Mr. Boserup will work with Nordic Alpha Partners and other GHS shareholders to design and dimension the company for accelerated growth over the coming years.
“GHS has an outstanding technology platform for electrolytic hydrogen production that will constitute an important element in the energy transition we will see in transportation, industrial feedstock and power-to-x”, Mr. Boserup says. “The time for green hydrogen has come, and I am thrilled by this opportunity and the prospect of an exciting growth journey in front of us.”
“In Thyge Boserup, we have found the ideal Chairman for the GHS Board of Directors,” says Troels Øberg of major GHS shareholder Nordic Alpha Partners, “His experience with growth journeys and in the offshore wind industry, in particular, will be a major asset for GHS as we continue to scale our operations.”
Mr. Boserup started his tenure as Chairman in February 2020.
Please direct questions to Green Hydrogen Systems head of marketing Tony Maxwell at email@example.com.
About Green Hydrogen Systems
Founded in 2007, Green Hydrogen Systems provides ultra-efficient, standardized and modular electrolyzers that produce green hydrogen using renewable energy. The company’s technology is already in use in Northern Europe, with the rapidly emerging OEM segment as a particular focus of future growth. Backed by growing revenue and a major investment from Nordic Alpha Partners granted in the Autumn of 2019, the company is aggressively scaling its operations.