NOVONIX appoints Sharan Burrow to its board

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BRISBANE – NOVONIX Limited (NASDAQ: NVX), a company specializing in battery materials and technology, announced the upcoming addition of Sharan Burrow to its Board of Directors, slated for February 28, 2024. Sharan Burrow, acclaimed for her global advocacy in human rights and climate action, brings a wealth of experience to the table, having served as the General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation and President of the Australian Council of Trade Unions.

Robert J. Natter, Chairman of NOVONIX, expressed confidence in Burrow’s ability to contribute to the company’s vision of advancing clean energy solutions. Her background in policy dialogues at international levels, including the United Nations, G7, G20, World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund, is expected to provide valuable insights to the Board.

Burrow’s track record includes a focus on employment, human rights, industrial relations, and corporate responsibility. Her role in climate action with just transition solutions is particularly relevant to NOVONIX’s mission. She has been involved in various high-level global policy discussions and has co-chaired the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos.

In addition to her international advocacy, Burrow holds positions as a Visiting Professor in Practice at the London School of Economics-Grantham Institute, Vice Chair of the European Climate Foundation, and board member of several organizations committed to sustainability and climate governance.

NOVONIX’s portfolio includes the manufacturing of battery cell testing equipment, high-performance synthetic graphite anode material production, and the development of a zero-waste cathode synthesis process. The company is recognized for its role in the electric vehicle and energy storage systems battery industry, contributing to a more sustainable energy future.

This strategic appointment reflects NOVONIX’s ongoing commitment to responsible governance and innovation in clean energy technologies. The information is based on a press release statement from NOVONIX Limited.

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