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Board of Directors

Cyrill Hugi Enespa AG

Cyrill Hugi

Chairman of the Executive Board/CEO
Dipl. (Graduate) Production Engineer
Fed. Dipl. engineer, Executive MBA, Boston University

A man who learned his job from scratch. He took on the work of a blacksmith and agricultural machinery mechanic and honed his entrepreneurial skills in his later career as a consultant and manager at IVECO and Volkswagen. Through his work as a consultant and project manager in the fruit juice and wine press sector at Bucher Industries, he was heavily involved in high-tech systems engineering. This expertise assists him greatly in the operation of plastics recycling through thermolysis. Cyrill Hugi has personally invested more than one million CHF in the ENESPA project.

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Stefan Abele Enespa

Stefan Abele

Executive Board Member/COO
Medical Studies in Munich and entrepreneur in the renewable energy segment

Stefan Abele has very extensive experience in founding and managing companies. Whether as a consultant or as co-owner. He has successfully run trading companies, construction companies and factories. In recent years, he has mainly been active in the renewable energy and recycling sectors, where he has worked both as a consultant and as an entrepreneur. As managing director of ENESPA GmbH Germany, he brings contacts from his huge network and will successfully build up the business.

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Christian Hörler Enespa

Christian Hörler

Executive Board Member/CFO
MAS in Banking & Finance, University of Zurich

Christian Hörler is a passionate financial market expert with decades of experience, first in investment banking, then in the training department of a major bank and finally as an independent consultant for banks. He holds various supervisory board mandates, invests in multiple start-ups and thinks in a fundamentally entrepreneurial manner. The topic of sustainability is very dear to his heart, which is why active participation in ENESPA AG is something which means a great deal to him.

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Oliver Riedel Enespa

Oliver Riedel

Executive Board Member/CTO
Entrepreneur in the recycling technology industry

He is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the BIOFABRIK Technologies GmbH group of companies based in Dresden, which develops and markets innovative technologies and disruptive solutions for the sustainable management of energy, nutrition and waste problems worldwide. Back in 1999 he founded www.Lebensmittel.de, the first German on-line grocery, which processed and shipped many thousands of orders every day. After its successful exit in 2009, Biofabrik set out to become a company that solves fundamental social problems in a holistic manner.

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Research, development and technical team

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Benjamin Richters

Head of Manufacturing, Plant Engineering and Research & Development
Dipl. Eng. Mechanical Engineering Development, Design and Process Engineering
15 years of experience in the project management of petrochemical plant construction

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Sebastian Neuhäuser

Service Technician
20 years of professional experience in machine, vehicle and plant construction

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Thomas Matheis

Chemistry Technologist
Laboratory Manager and Deputy Plant Manager in a German refinery, with 25 years of professional experience

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Bernd Bertram

Material Flow Manager
State-certified environmental protection technician, 30 years of experience in logistics, waste and recyclables collection, waste processing and refuse-derived fuel production (waste to energy)

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Bernd Wesemann

Machine Construction
30 years of experience in the construction of customised machines

Administration

Catherine Paulletti Enespa

Catherine Pauletti

Head of Administration

Prisca Sägesser Enespa AG

Prisca Sägesser

Administration

Melanie Fuchs mit Hintergrund

Melanie Fuchs

Administration and Sales Support

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Claudia Hugi

Administration

Information Technology, Marketing and Communication

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Alessandro Pauletti

Head of IT
Computer Scientist EFZ (Swiss certificate of competence)
Real estate marketeer with Fed.
Dipl. in Construction Projects and Real Estate Management NDS HF (Postgraduate studies at colleges of higher education)

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Dominik Widmer

Head of Marketing and Communication

Investor Relations

Tanusan Thermalingam Enespa AG

Thanusan Tharmalingam
Business Development
Fed. Dipl. Professional Management

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Thomas Gerhard Stein
Business Development
Graduate in Economics VSK, Trade Finance & Logistics

Samuel Kalberer ENESPA AG 03.01.2022

Samuel Kalberer
Business Development
Dipl. Financial Advisor IAF

Arsenije Grgur ENESPA AG

Arsenije Grgur
Business Development & FinTech Solutions
B.Sc – Business Management, MBA – International Management

Email ir@enespa.eu
Telephone +41 71 788 33 88

For our children:
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ENESPA AG will generate positive cash flow starting with the first investment. By operating several facilities simultaneously, revenues increase disproportionately and, accordingly, so does the value of the company. There is great demand for this technology. 18 locations in Germany are interested in operating a facility at this time.

Several sites in Germany are showing great interest in operating the recycling facilities. We will put the first facility into operation where we find the best conditions. Thanks to the mobility of the units, we are flexible when it comes to location. The business development unit of the Schwarze Pumpe Industrial Park in Spreetal is very interested in the ENESPA project. Following a thorough investigation, the responsible development bank declared the project eligible for funding. The project will be supported by the development bank once the approval process is completed.

The aim is for the first 8,000 kg/day facility in the industrial park to be commissionedby the end of 2021. As soon as this facility is in reliable operation, ENESPA will build another ten facilities and then gradually expand to forty facilities. The ten facilities are expected to be fully operational by the end of 2022.

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