Norwegian battery technology company Morrow Batteries appointed Stina Torjesen as its new director of sustainability.
Morrow CEO Lars Christian Bacher said Torjesen brings in-depth insights from the European and global battery industries and a decade of strategic sustainability experience.
Torjesen will keep a part-time position as associate professor at the University of Agder, School of Business and Law, where she has played a lead role in the research project BATMAN (“Lithium ion Batteries – Norwegian opportunities within sustainable end-of-life management, reuse and new material streams”).
Torjesen has worked on circular economy and sustainability for more than a decade. This includes with the Norwegian sustainability consultancy SIGLA and research projects involving the Eyde Cluster and the Norwegian processing industry.
She holds a PhD from the University of Oxford, and previously worked with the United Nations and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.
Morrow is developing batteries with cathode material lithium nickel manganese oxide (LNMO).