Andreas Nauen gets new job

The former Siemens Gamesa CEO is now partner at a new US investment fund.

Photo: Siemens Gamesa/Steen Gyldendal

Four months after his departure from Siemens Gamesa, the wind turbine maker’s former Chief Executive Andreas Nauen announces a new job: As of July, Nauen has become partner at US-based investment fund Sandbrook Capital, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Sandbrook Capital was established last year by a handful of leading figures from major energy-focused private equity firm Riverstone. The company’s ambition is to invest in infrastructure within low-carbon and carbon-free technologies such as renewables, transmission and storage as well as, for instance, data analysis.

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