Tero Halmari appointed as CEO of EKOGRID

Helsinki, 14th Dec 2020 EKOGRID Oy announces the appointment of Tero Halmari as a Chief   Executive Officer effective from 1st of September 2020.

Tero came to EKOGRID as a Financial Advisor in January 2020 and was leading EKOGRID’s business reorganization process.  In his new role Tero will oversee general management and business development.  Tero continues supporting EKOGRID long-term success with his international experience in various positions.

Tero Halmari is a Finnish native and holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Helsinki. Tero Halmari has over 30 years working experience in banking, investment, financial management and board memberships. He has worked in the EBRD over 10 years in several positions and as a CFO in leading electronics retailers in Bulgaria and Romania. He has also experience from senior management positions in private equity funds.

“Remediation of contaminated sites is one of the most acute environment restoration challenges both in develop and developing countries.  Related environmental and especially health risks are the largest liabilities for future generations. Affordable and sustainable   environmental remediation is needed to clean-up these areas.” says Tero. “EKOGRID Enhanced Bioremediation Technology offers a solution which is economically competitive and environmentally friendly and more sustainable than traditional dig and dump remediation methods. This will undoubtedly play a key role in remediating contaminated sites globally.”


EKOGRID™ Electrokinetic Remediation solution is fast becoming the partner-of-choice of government agencies, municipalities, land developers and energy companies alike to eliminate environmental disasters. EKOGRID electrokinetic oxidation technology produces controlled low voltage pulsed electric field in a polluted area to amplify the remediation power of nature. The patented technology has proven to be an ecological, sustainable, and cost-efficient way for remediating the environment already in fifteen countries across all continents.