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SE will get a new boss

CURRENT head of Slovakia’s dominant electricity producer Slovenské Elektrárne (SE) Luca D’Agnese ends at his post of the head of Enel group in eastern Europe. He will replace Luigi Ferraris, who resigned from the post of director for the Latin America region.

CURRENT head of Slovakia’s dominant electricity producer Slovenské Elektrárne (SE) Luca D’Agnese ends at his post of the head of Enel group in eastern Europe. He will replace Luigi Ferraris, who resigned from the post of director for the Latin America region.

Enel already chose Roberto Deambrogio, who was responsible for the activities aimed at renewable resources in the eastern European region, to take D’Agnese’s post, the SITA newswire reported on January 27.

Also SE, where Enel owns a 66 percent share, will get a new CEO soon. His name will be revealed as soon as the company’s board of directors approves him or her, SITA wrote.

Source: SITA

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