Kjetil Bøhn

Kjetil Bøhn, CEO, is the founder of Agrinos AS, a leading biology company within the agricultural sector with 150 employees in 10 countries. He was previously CEO and Vice Chairman of the Board of the company. Mr. Bøhn has been an entrepreneur for 15 years, and holds a Master’s degree from the Norwegian Business School in Bergen. Mr. Bøhn has extensive international experience from several board positions in both Norwegian and international companies. Mr. Bøhn is a Norwegian citizen living in Oslo.

Jørgen Færevaag

Jørgen Færevaag, CFO, is an angel investor and entrepreneur working on B2B technology projects within the energy sector. Mr. Færevaag previously worked as a corporate advisor for private equity and oil service companies on strategic development and transactions. Mr. Færevaag has worked on energy related projects for clients in Europe, Asia and Americas and holds a MSc in Management Engineering within quantitative finance from NTNU in Trondheim, Politecnico di Milano and further training from Boston University and Norwegian Business School in Bergen. Mr. Færevaag is a Norwegian citizen living in Oslo.

Inge Berge

Inge Berge, CSO, is a serial entrepreneur and investor in media, technology and real estate. Mr. Berge has recently worked as an investor and business developer for listed and OTC companies in Norway. Mr. Berge has international experience from several technology companies and is an economist from the Norwegian business school BI. Mr. Berge is a Norwegian citizen living in Oslo.

Arnstein Norheim

Dr. Arnstein Norheim, CTO, holds a PhD (Dr Ing.) in from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and an MTech ( from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)/Technical University of Denmark (DTU). Dr. Norheim has nearly 20 years of experience in developing renewable energy technology and processes from R&D to large scale industrial projects.

Thomas Steenbuch Tharaldsen

Thomas Steenbuch Tharaldsen, Chief Commercial Officer, has extensive experience from the biofuels markets. He has previously worked on introducing second generation synthetic alternative fuels and biofuels in Norway for road transport and industrial heating applications. He contributed to and led the introduction of the first 100% renewable fuel stations in Norway and contributed to establishing the first marine vessels fully operated on renewable synthetic fuels. Thomas has a degree in management and strategy from the Norwegian Business School and experience in commercial law from the University of Oslo. Mr. Tharaldsen is a Norwegian citizen living in Oslo.