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SolarEdge names general manager of e-Mobility Division

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SolarEdge Technologies has appointed Carsten Schmidt as general manager of its e-Mobility Division.

Schmidt will be responsible to lead the growth strategy of SolarEdge’s new e-Mobility Division, which was established following the acquisition of S.M.R.E.

Carsten Schmidt has more than a decade of experience in the automotive industry, with a focus in electric vehicles. He has held several managerial positions in the field of electric powertrains, including the position of vice president of sales in the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Business Unit of Continental, as well as vice president and general manager DF e-Car Powertrain Systems China at Siemens.

“I am excited to join SolarEdge and lead its new e-Mobility Division. The overlap between EV and PV technology can lead to promising innovations. I am looking forward to combining my experience in e-mobility with the current technologies and capabilities of the SolarEdge e-Mobility division and leveraging this with SolarEdge’s leading PV and power electronics technology and business track record in order to deliver market-leading powertrain solutions.”

Carsten Schmidt.

“We are pleased that Schmidt, a seasoned expert in the e-mobility industry, is joining SolarEdge to spearhead our penetration into this market. With Carsten’s leadership, I am confident that we will fulfill our vision of building a leading global e-mobility business.”

Zvi Lando, CEO of SolarEdge Technologies.

Acquired by SolarEdge in early 2019, SolarEdge eMobility (formerly named I.E.T.) is the core of the SolarEdge e-mobility division. The company has more than fifteen years of experience developing end-to-end e-mobility solutions for electric and hybrid vehicles used in motorcycles, commercial vehicles and trucks.

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