Industry major to lead German BeGreen adventure
BeGreen to enter German energy market
19 November, 2023
Lars Josten will head up BeGreens business in Germany, taking on the task of building a team and a portfolio within the coming year.
BeGreen has been growing over the past few years, to say the least. From just a handful of employees at the start of 2021, the number of employees is rapidly approaching 100.
Now BeGreen is expanding its international portfolio by entering the German energy market.
Industry giant to take the lead in Germany
To lead the German energy adventure, BeGreen has teamed up with a lighthouse in the solar energy industry in Germany. Lars Josten, who comes from a position as CEO of the German solar energy company, Pfalzsolar GmbH, will be managing director of BeGreen’s activities in Germany. CEO Anders Dolmer is thrilled to have such a capacity join the company:
“Having Lars join our company is a true gift. He has unrivaled qualifications in the solar industry and it is a privilege for us to be able to draw on his extensive experience and knowledge. We always strive to hire people who are the best and brightest in their field, who share the BeGreen spirit and who fit into our company’s DNA. I am happy to say that we are continuing this strategy in Germany. Lars is a perfect fit for our company and an invaluable asset to us in this new chapter of our journey,” says Anders Dolmer.
A unique possibility
Lars Josten is looking forward to the task of continuing BeGreen’s vision and DNA in Germany.
“BeGreen is a unique company in our industry, and that is crucial for me. The impressive history, culture, pragmatism, deep market knowledge and determination really impressed me. The integrity and long-term focus in all parts of the company made it a unique opportunity that I couldn’t turn down. I am very excited and proud to help build and develop the German part of BeGreen and continue the holistic and goal-oriented approach that already sets BeGreen apart from its competitors in the industry,” says Lars Josten.