RWE appoints management to green division with EUR 1.5 in annual investments

The German utility has nominated a management team for its green division, which consists of assets under Innogy and E.ON totaling 8.6 MW capacity. The company also announces that it plans to invest EUR 1.5 billion in new projects annually.

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RWE has appointed six new executives to its green division, announces the company in a press release.

Anja-Isabel Dotzenrath will lead the green division in RWE. She comes from the same position at E.ON, where the executive is already familiar with RWE's assets due to the fact that the utility's green division stems from a larger, less complicated deal with E.ON.

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