RES chief resigns, replaced by former Vestas profile

The CEO of the world's self-proclaimed largest independent project developer in renewables steps down and is replaced by Vestas' recently resigned regional head for North America.

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British project developer RES switches CEO. After five years heading the company, Ivor Catto is stepping by the end of October, to be replaced by Eduardo Medina, who assumed the position on Sept. 1 to ensure a smooth transition.

"Whilst I am sad to be leaving RES and its incredibly talented and passionate team of people, it feels the right time for me personally to hand over the baton. Eduardo brings with him a huge breadth of renewable industry experience, which will benefit RES as it continues to grow in its strong multi-national market positions," says the departing chief executive.

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