EWEA finds successor to Kjaer

Christian Kjaer, Thomas Becker and Klaus Rave (Foto: EWEA)
Christian Kjaer, Thomas Becker and Klaus Rave (Foto: EWEA)

The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) has found a new head; from 1st April 2013, Thomas Becker is taking over the post previously held by Christian Kjaer. Becker has been head of Genan, an internationally active used tyre recycling company, since 2010. Before that he was a state secretary at the Danish Ministry for Climate and Energy. He has also worked at the Danish Environment Ministry.

Kjaer had announced his resignation at the beginning of September, to take effect as of April 2013. He has worked at the EWEA since 2003 and as its head since 2006.

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