Senvion nabs former oil exec as chairman

German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion is appointing a new candidate to the top job on the board, where an experienced Brit is stepping in after his predecessor stepped down from owner company.

Senvion has found its new chair. The 60-year-old Brit Steven Holliday emerged Thursday as the new man for the job after predecessor Stefan Kowski stepped down at the end of May, according to a press release from Senvion.

"Management and the Supervisory Board are very pleased to welcome Steven Holliday as Chairman," says Senvion CEO Jürgen Geissinger.

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