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ECONNECT hires Sustainability Lead

Feb 4, 2021
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ECONNECT is pleased to announce that Danielle Murphy-Cannella has joined our team as Sustainability Lead.

Danielle will be responsible for furthering an agenda of sustainability which is at the core of everything we do at ECONNECT Energy.

Danielle has experience working for major energy operators such as Shell and Vattenfall, with professional experience in sustainable development in North- and South America as well as in Europe.

Danielle has a B.A. in Political Science and an M.A. in Spanish from Tulane University, USA, as well as an MSc. in Sustainable Development from Robert Gordon University, Scotland.

“It is exciting to join a company that has a genuine interest in furthering an agenda of sustainability,” says Danielle. “The team has a collective growth mindset and is eager to improve on an already stellar sustainability profile.”

Danielle recently moved to Oslo from Scotland, and is married and with one small son. When she is not working she is hiking in the local forests with her son, practicing yoga, snowboarding, cooking vegan food or studying Norwegian.

We are proud to have you on the team, Danielle!

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