Fastned appoints Jérôme Janssen as new supervisory board member

Amsterdam, 7 December 2022. Fastned, the European fast charging company, announces the appointment of  Jérôme Janssen as a new supervisory board member at today’s extraordinary general meeting. 

The appointment follows a strategic investment of 75 million euro in Fastned in October 2022 by Schroders Capital’s infrastructure fund. Co-head of infrastructure equity investments at Schroders Capital, Jérôme Janssen will represent the infrastructure fund on Fastned’s Supervisory Board. 

Fastned warmly welcomes Jérôme Janssen, who will bring to the board his extensive knowledge and investment experience in relevant infrastructure sub-sectors, with a particular focus on energy transition. The other members of Fastned’s Supervisory Board are Bart Lubbers (chairman),  Marije van Mens (vice-chairman) and Nancy Kabalt (member).

The minutes of the extraordinary general meeting and the announcement regarding the nomination of Jérôme Janssen can be found on Fastned's Investor Relations page.

Biography Jérôme Janssen

Jérôme Janssen joined Schroders Capital in January 2019 as co-head of infrastructure equity investments. Jérôme was previously in charge of infrastructure investments at Crédit Agricole Assurances ("CAA"), a European leading institutional investor. Jerome is currently board member of BelEnergia SA, a European renewable energy group which develops and operates solar, wind and biowaste projects, and Autobahnplus A8 GmbH, the private concession holder of the A8 motorway section between Munich and Augsburg. He previously had several non-executive Board positions in leading European infrastructure companies among which Indigo (Europe's leading car park operator), CLH (oil logistics leader in Spain), TDF (leading French Media / Telecom infrastructure operator), Téréga (gas transport and storage operator in France) and Aéroports de Lyon. Jérôme holds a Master's degree in Finance from the University of Paris IX -Dauphine. 

About Fastned

Fastned is a charging company that is building a European network of fast charging stations. The stations are located at high traffic locations along highways and in cities, where electric cars can add up to 300 km range in 20 minutes. Fastned's mission is to give freedom to electric drivers and accelerate the transition to sustainable mobility. As of today, Fastned has more than 220 stations operational in the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom, Belgium, France and Switzerland and is working on expanding its fast charging network to the rest of Europe. Fastned is listed on Euronext Amsterdam (ticker AMS:FAST). More information: