Tennet appoints new CEO

Current CEO, Mel Kroon, is stepping down after 16 years at the helm of Dutch system operator Tennet. His replacement has been recruited from Accenture.

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System operator Tennet has appointed Manon van Beek to serve as its new CEO. The 47-year-old business economist will take up the job on Sept. 1 replacing the chief executive of the past 16 years, Mel Kroon, who announced his departure in January.

"Tennet has gone through enormous developments in the sixteen years that Mel Kroon was at the helm as CEO. The Supervisory Board is extremely grateful to Mel Kroon for his visionary stewardship. Under his inspiring leadership Tennet has become the leading Transmission System Operator (TSO) in north-west Europe," says Pieter Verboom, Chair of the Supervisory Board at Tennet.

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