We are very pleased to introduce you to our two new colleagues, Elektra Kleusberg (left) and Jennie Molinder (right), who joined the Kjeller Vindteknikk team this spring!
Jennie has a PhD in meteorology from the university of Uppsala where she worked with modelling and forecasting of ice on wind turbines and risk for icing and related production losses in wind farms. Elektra has a PhD in Engineering Mechanics from KTH and her research has been in wind-turbine wakes and the effects of yaw, shear and turbine interaction. Before joining Kjeller she worked at Energimyndigheten with research strategies and financing. Jennie and Elektra are part of the Swedish team located at the Stockholm office.
What brought you to Kjeller Vindteknikk?
“I wanted to learn more about the wind industry’s challenges. I think Kjeller Vindteknikk will be the ideal place to learn more and contribute to this exciting field of renewable energy technology.” Elektra says.
“For me it was the good reputation of the company and the opportunity to take advantage of my own experience and develop a broader knowledge within the field of wind energy and wind engineering” says Jennie.
What are your expectations towards working at Kjeller Vindteknikk?
“I am looking forward to work in an interesting industry with the experts in the field.” Jennie answers. Elektra continues: “Working on many different wind energy projects, from pre-construction, to post-construction and learning more from all the people with different backgrounds working at Kjeller Vindteknikk.”
Elektra and Jennie, welcome to the team!