Freyr hires sustainability execs

The Norwegian battery firm recruits two new profiles to strengthen its sustainability efforts in energy and transport.

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The green transformation is placing strict demands on companies' sustainability efforts, and Norwegian battery maker Freyr has thus opted to hire two new profiles within the area.

Elizabeth Tate is appointed vice president for Sustainability, and Frode Hvattum will be senior director for Business Development in Sustainability, the company writes in a statement.

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