Infranode recruits from Statkraft and Citi 

Infranode continues to grow in Norway. Linnea Poulsson and Petter Ledsaak are two of the company’s new additions. 

Linnea Poulsson is employed as Senior Operations Manager at Infranode in Oslo. She previously held the position of senior advisor in Statkraft’s unit for industrial ownership. Her experience includes positions as a board member and chair of the audit committee in Agder Energi and Eviny (BKK) and a board member in the grid company Lede (Skagerak Nett). 

“Infranode’s strategy of being a long-term partner for the public sector suits me particularly well. I can use what I have learned after many years in Statkraft to work with infrastructure projects that create value for municipalities and local communities,” says Linnea Poulsson. 

“Infranode’s asset management strategy is to invest in local experience, expertise, and presence. I am happy to welcome Linnea, and I am sure that she has a lot to contribute to developing our Norwegian investments,” says Martin Ekström, Head of Asset Management at Infranode. 

Petter Ledsaak is employed as an Investment Associate at Infranode. His previous position was at Citi’s Project and Infrastructure Finance team based in London. Before that, Ledsaak worked at Citi and Pareto Securities in Copenhagen. 

“Infranode has an incredibly exciting investment strategy. I feel lucky to work in one of the Nordic region’s leading investment companies focused on sustainable infrastructure,” says Petter Ledsaak. 

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About Infranode 

Infranode is a long-term infrastructure investor with a particular focus on the Nordic countries. Infranode invests in energy, energy distribution, renewable energy, digital infrastructure, transport, and social infrastructure. Infranode has offices in Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, and Oslo and a strong infrastructure investment team with extensive local and international experience. Infranode has about 1.7 billion euros in committed capital from long-term institutional investors, including some of the most recognized pension funds in the Nordic region. Among the investors are Storebrand, Folksam, the Swedish municipal pension fund KPA Pension and the Finnish public sector pension fund KEVA. In Norway, Infranode has investments in Akershus Energi Varme, Oslofjord Varme, Velfra, and Yilport Oslo, as well as announced an investment in Fortum Oslo Varme.