September 14, 2023
Bellevue, Washington - Doosan GridTech, a global energy storage system integrator and energy management system platform provider based in Washington, has announced the appointment of Steve Levy as Interim CEO, effective immediately. Levy will replace Andreas Fornwald, the company’s CEO since December 2021.
Steve came into Doosan GridTech with over 40 years of experience and professional success in the high-tech and renewable energy industries. Steve has held Director, Vice President, CSO, and CEO leadership roles at prominent companies, including but not limited to Hewlett Packard, Dell EMC, Oracle Corporation, Advanced Energy, OnDemand Energy, Enel X, and SatCon.
“On behalf of Doosan’s Board of Directors, we thank Andreas Fornwald for his leadership over the last 21 months,” said Bongjun Kim, Vice President of Doosan Enerbility. “Steve recognizes the importance of relationships in contributing to success and fosters an environment where all employees, customers, and partners are highly regarded. We are excited to move forward with enthusiasm, renewed purpose, and direction under Steve’s guidance while we search for a new permanent Chief Executive Officer.”
“I am honored to have been asked to serve as Interim CEO as we enter this next growth phase as a global leader in energy storage,” said Levy. “Doosan GridTech provides a critical solution for our energy clients to deliver renewable and sustainable power where and when required that will withstand future energy demands.”
About Doosan GridTech
Doosan GridTech® provides utility-scale energy storage system integration utilizing our intelligent control software platform, DG-IC®, and an agnostic approach to hardware. Doosan GridTech is a multi-disciplined team of power system engineers, software developers, and turnkey energy storage specialists who have designed, built, and provided flexible controls for dozens of installations in the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions. Doosan GridTech is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Doosan Enerbility, a multibillion-dollar global conglomerate that serves power and industrial markets.