Svante Bundgaard, CEO of Aalborg CSP
Svante Bundgaard is the Chief Executive Officer of AalborgCSP. Bundgaard joined AalborgCSP in 2012 with a single objective to establish continued growth for the company by realizing competitive green energy projects around the world.
Relying on best practices from the wind industry as former Head of Engineering and VP for Projects and Business Development at Siemens Wind Power, Bundgaard has brought vast cost-optimization experience to the solar industry - enabling AalborgCSP to broaden its project pipeline in new markets.
Bundgaard’s leadership considerably diversified AalborgCSP’s revenue portfolio. Besides advancing the company’s core steam boiler business in the CSP power plant segment, his corporate strategy has enriched AalborgCSP’s reference list with first of its kind Solar District Heating and Integrated Energy System projects and it has also facilitated development of new forms of energy storage technologies – activities all aiming at changing energy for a variety of industries worldwide. Today, AalborgCSP has 19 operational plants and 3 projects under construction/development in 8 countries of the world.
Bundgaard holds an MSc degree in Business Administration & Logistics from Aarhus University (Denmark). His achievements were recognized by a leading Danish business magazine, Berlingske Business, placing him on the top 100 talent list of Danish executives in 2014.
The management in Aalborg CSP consists of:
- Svante Bundgaard, CEO
- Henrik Mosel Pape, CFO & HR
- Peter Badstue Jensen, Vice President / CSP Power Plants & Integrated Energy Systems Division
- Jes Donneborg, Executive Vice President / Solar-Thermal Plants Division
- Jacob Juul, Project and Engineering Director
- Sergio de la Huerga Menéndez, Country Manager, Spain
The board of Aalborg CSP consists of:
The board of Aalborg CSP consists of 5 persons:
- Claus Christensen (Chairman)
- Per Andreasen
- Søren Overgaard
- Peter Badstue Jensen
- Peter Thomsen
Did you know...
read morethat Aalborg CSP has so far delivered more than
1,700MWth solar installations globally?