Voltalia Greece has announced a new Country Manager for Greece, Alexis Goybet, who assumes this role as a member of the Comex of Voltalia and as former head of Voltalia’s activities in international markets.
His experience within the company and the sector will permit Voltalia Greece to further expand its activities in this exciting and rapidly growing market and to make a meaningful contribution to the energy transition in Greece, the company noted in a statement.
Alexis Goybet will succeed Gregoris Marinakis, who will take on new opportunities after many years of service to the company. Gregoris took over Voltalia Greece and successfully grew the business in development and services during a very challenging period in recent Greek history.
The company has thanked him warmly for his efforts and achievements at Voltalia Greece.
Greece was among Voltalia’s first countries of operation in 2007. Today, Voltalia Greece is growing rapidly, both as an independent power producer with a company-owned portfolio of renewable energy projects under development and as an EPC and O&M service provider and equipment distributor to third parties.
Voltalia welcomes Alexis Goybet to this new adventure, and extends its warmest thanks to Gregoris Marinakis for his many years of dedication and contribution to the company, the company statement noted.