Peter Mulder starts as CCO at Energy Experience Group

Hengelo, The Netherlands 30 April 2020

Clean energy conglomerate Koolen Industries’ subsidiary Energy Experience Group has successfully recruited Peter Mulder as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).

The former commercial director of Talpa TV and Talpa Radio made the transition from the media to the mobility sector two years ago, when he joined Enterprise Car Sharing & Rental as their CCO.

Energy Experience Group is the parent company of BonGo Solar and NovaVolt, amongst others. The group is part of Koolen Industries’ solar energy branch.

“We were looking for someone with a strong commercial sense and experience building fast-growing commercial organisations. Mulder gained this kind of experience during his time at Talpa TV and radio. With Mulder, we hope to further expand our large B2B solar power projects. His experience in building relationships is very useful in this regard. I am looking forward to a successful partnership with Mulder,“ said Alfred Breggeman, who heads up Koolen Industries’ solar energy branch.

Kees Koolen, CEO, Koolen Industries, said: “Breggeman understands what kind of solar solutions people and companies want, and Mulder will help deliver them to both existing and new customers as demand for clean energy continues to surge.”

Mulder’s role will be strategic as well as operational.

“During my first meeting with Koolen and Breggeman, I quickly understood their vision of a transition to clean energy, powered by a top notch solar power strategy. I think it’s a wonderful challenge to be able to fill the commercial strategy role for this,“ said Mulder.

About Energy Experience Group / BonGo Solar
Energy Experience Group is part of the Koolen Industries group  and consists of a group of five companies within the solar energy sector: BonGo Solar, NovaVolt, BonGo Solar Projects, Duurzaam Besparen and Energy Experience Installation Services. By generating renewable energy, this group of companies fulfils an essential part in Koolen Industries’ vision to make clean energy available to everyone. Other companies in the Koolen Industries group are focussed on the transportation, storage and delivery of this clean energy.

BonGo Solar is an ISO and TÜV certified company that has successfully installed thousands of solar panels in the past few years years. In November 2018 they successfully installed 1750 solar panels at boiler manufacturer Remeha in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. BonGo Solar provides decent and honest advice and works exclusively with the best brands of solar panels, inverters and substructure systems. Their most sold and best brands are AEG solar panels and SolarEdge inverters. All installers who work for BonGo Solar install according to NEN1010 standards. They install solar systems within six weeks!

About Koolen Industries
The mission of Koolen Industries is to enable everyone to contribute to and participate in the energy transition. Generating clean energy from wind and the sun, and developing solutions that store, transport and deliver this energy, we provide consumers with an autonomous life, independent of the grid.

Koolen Industries invests in and builds a group of companies that together will make sure renewable energy will always be available, whenever and wherever it is needed. Reliable and safe. Made possible by ingenious software.

Since its inception in 2019, Koolen Industries announced participations in BonGo Solar (solar panel installations), Super B (lithium batteries), Smart Grid (Energy Storage Systems), Elestor (flow batteries), Proton Ventures (clean energy storage in ammonia), Skoon Energy (cloud platform for renting mobile energy storage and mobile energy storage containers), Floading Energy (charging infrastructure), Hardt Hyperloop (hyperloop technology), Aziobot (a robotics startup developing a cleaning robot with revolutionary autonomous AI software) and EIT InnoEnergy, a company that invests in sustainable energy start-ups across Europe.

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Marlies Vringer
Energy Experience Group (EEG)
+316 113 119 81

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