Tennet CEO steps down

The reshuffles of executive positions at Northern European system operators continues in 2018.

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German-Dutch company Tennet, which handles the physical infrastructure behind the electricity grids in Germany and the Netherlands, will now be on the lookout for a new CEO, as the current Chief Executive Mel Kroon, who has held the position for 16 years, announced his departure yesterday.

His successor has not yet been selected.

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