As of today, 1 September 2023, Maarten Camps and Kuldip Singh join as members of TenneT’s Supervisory Board. Both were nominated by the Supervisory Board of TenneT Holding B.V. and have been appointed by caretaker Finance Minister Sigrid Kaag.
Maarten Camps (1964) is currently chair of the Executive Board of the Dutch social security and public employment agency UWV since June 2020 and previously held top positions at various Dutch ministries where he dealt with major societal challenges such as economic growth, climate policy and digitization: he used to be secretary-general of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and previously director-general at the ministry of Social Affairs and Employment. Besides his work for UWV, he is involved in different advisory boards and other supervisory board roles with a strong societal focus.
Kuldip Singh (1973) has been a member of the supervisory board of KPMG since March 2022. He has extensive international leadership experience in the digital and security domain and with data driven transformation as former Director Digital at Innogy Retail International and Global Head of Digital Transformation Customer Solutions at E.ON Group. He is familiar with the energy market in the Netherlands and Germany. Kuldip Singh is among others chair of the supervisory board at the international scale-up Whiffle.
Chair of TenneT’s Supervisory Board Ab van der Touw welcomes his new colleagues wholeheartedly: “With Maarten, we bring in a lot of expertise and valuable experience in the public sector, as well as a well-developed network in Dutch and German public sector. Kuldip combines his extensive experience in the digital domain with a clear focus on security. Both have a broad experience in the energy sector as well. I look forward to a great cooperation in what will be an intensive period for TenneT.”
Supervisory Board composition
Essimari Kairisto, Edna Schöne and Stijn van Els were recently reappointed for their second terms. Laetitia Griffith’s third and last term as Supervisory Board member will end in the first quarter of 2024 after more than eight years. Thereafter, the TenneT’s Supervisory Board will consist of six members, reflecting the various stakeholders and perspectives of TenneT in the (North Sea) countries in which TenneT operates and collaborates. Source: TenneT