The green energy producer aventron is strengthening the development of new wind, solar and hydroelectric power plants as well as the optimised operation of existing plants by filling two new management positions.
The Swiss green energy producer aventron is strengthening its management team. Marc Jermann has been the new Chief Operation Officer (COO) since 1 September. In this role, he is responsible for the operational management of the technical facilities as well as the introduction of standardised performance management for the existing portfolio. In particular, this includes maximising electricity production through an efficient data management system.
Jermann has been with aventron since 2019, where he was responsible for asset management in Germany and Norway. He originally studied mechanical engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland. He then worked at Voith Hydro in various specialist, leadership and management positions.
Eric Wagner, CEO of the aventron Group: "I am delighted that we have been able to appoint a COO from our own ranks in Marc Jermann. Thanks to the continuity in the strategic direction and in the existing network, aventron can continue on its chosen path without any gaps and the portfolio can be optimised in a targeted manner."
As the new Chief Development Officer (CDO), Christian Buser will be responsible for the development of the production park from 1 January 2024. The focus will be on production in Switzerland. aventron has set itself ambitious goals here. Buser has been working in the energy sector for a long time, including positions at Alpiq and ewz. He has in-depth knowledge in the further development of production portfolios as well as in the areas of environment and sustainability. Most recently, he worked for the engineering service provider AFRY. "Christian Buser will be an ideal addition to the existing team," says Eric Wagner.
This strengthening of the management team is the best way to further establish aventron as the leading producer of green electricity in Switzerland and Europe