Board of Directors

Eco Wave Power’s Board of Directors consists of experienced professionals with extensive backgrounds in business development, renewable energy and entrepreneurship.

Mats Andersson

Chairman of the board

Mats Andersson is a seasoned board with extensive experience in boardwork, including publicly listed companies, as he currently works as the Chairman of the Board of the Ranplan Group AB. Mats is also currently acting as a board member in Bluetest AB, Dafo AB, Team Sportia and Hoylu AB. Previous assignments include serving as the CEO of Anticimex AB, Unitraffic AB, and the Conductor as well as COO of Televerket.

Elias Jacobson

Board member

Elias is an experienced board member who has extensive experience in the renewable energy and technology fields. He currently acts as a board member in Zensum AB, WPS Sweden AB, Marketmath Europe AB, and Habity AB, among others. Previous positions include CEO and Chairman of Peltarion Energy AB as well as external CEO of Peltarion AB and Swedish Modules I Emtunga AB.

David Leb

Board Member and Founder

A serial entrepreneur, businessman and angel investor. David has made a number of successful exits in various sectors, including a publicly traded medical company on the Canadian Stock Exchange, blockchain based technologies, and real estate investments. He holds several patents for advertising and computerized platforms.

Inna Braverman

Board member and CEO

Technology entrepreneur, Inna Braverman founded Eco Wave Power in 2011, at the age of 24, and was recently chosen as one of the 100 most influential individuals in the world by (along with Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, and others). Under her leadership, Eco Wave Power installed the first grid connected wave energy array in Gibraltar. She is also responsible for securing the significant projects pipeline for the company.

For Inna, clean electricity is a very personal journey, as she was born two weeks after the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster and suffered respiratory arrest due to the pollution in the region. She got a second chance in life and decided to devote it to mitigating pollution.

Inna has given three TEDx speeches and her personal journey as a female entrepreneur was documented in a virtual reality film by Google, under the name “Female Planet”. She was also featured in Sanjay Gupta’s “Tomorrow’s Hero” in CNN for her impressive work in the wave energy field.

Some of her notable awards include:

  • “100 Makers and Mavericks” by
  • Wired’s list of “Females Changing the World.”
  • “Eight young innovators with ingenious ideas for the future of energy” by Smithsonian Magazine
  • The “30 most influential women in the world” by