New Project Director appointed for Mochovce 3&4
Francisco Josè Morejon Verdù takes over the post of the Mochovce Units 3&4 Project Director, replacing John Clark, who stepped down from his post to pursue new career opportunities.
Francisco Morejon has over 35 years of experience with management of numerous large construction projects across the globe, particularly in the area of power generation (steam-gas combined cycle, hydro power plants and renewable resources) and infrastructure development (outdoor substations, high-voltage transmission lines, railway electrification and environmental controlprojects).
To ensure seamless transition, he has been working closely with the current management team on project planning and control for several months.
A Spanish mother-tongue, Mr. Morejon also speaks English, Italian and French.
Slovenské elektrárne is a leading producer of electricity in Slovakia and one of the largest in Central Europe. It operates two nuclear, 31 hydroelectric, two coal-fired and two photovoltaic plants with installed capacity of 4,176 MWe.The company generates 90% of electricity without producing greenhouse gas emissions.
In terms of ownership structure, Slovak Power Holding B.V. is the majority shareholder with a 66% stake in Slovenské elektrárne; Slovak Power Holding B-V. is jointly owned by EP Slovakia B.V,. a subsidiary of Energetický a průmyslový holding, a. s., and Enel Produzione S.p.A. The Slovak Republic is a minority shareholder owning a 34% stake.