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Danfoss Power Solutions recently named a director of its newly created Center for Sustainability.
Danfoss named Carina Christine Skovmøller the center’s director, based in Copenhagen, a Feb. 16 press release said. It said Skovmøller “will support the organization in its ESG (environmental, social, and governance) journey, focusing primarily on sustainability.”
She will drive the company’s sustainability strategy as part of an “overall 2030 ESG commitment.” Skovmøller will also “play a key role in helping Danfoss Power Solutions customers reach their decarbonization goals.”
Skovmøller has more than 10 years in the sustainability field, Danfoss said. She joins the company from Syngenta Nordic, where she served as head of sustainability, public affairs, and communication. Prior to Syngenta, Skovmøller worked for 13 years within the international building sector at Velux Group, holding various leadership positions that included head of global CSR and sustainability. For the past 11 years, she has served as an adjunct associate professor at the Copenhagen Business School.
Skovmøller holds a doctorate in sustainability and environmental studies and a master’s in marketing and economics, both from Copenhagen Business School. She earned a master’s in communications and journalism and a bachelor’s in business studies from Roskilde University.
For more information, visit www.danfoss.com.