Energy company RWE loses one of its key executives. Green electricity boss Anja-Isabel Dotzenrath is leaving RWE “at her own request” and has resigned her post, the company said. In 2019, RWE took over the global wind and solar farms from subsidiary Innogy and rival Eon in a wide-ranging exchange; in return, RWE gave nets and sales to Eon. Dotzenrath had merged the renewable activities of the two companies, the group wishes to develop strongly in this area. But now RWE wants to divide the division in two, the Dotzenrath empire would have become smaller: Division manager Silvia Ortín Rios is to take responsibility for small-scale wind and solar systems on earth, her colleague Sven Utermöhlen is to become chief of large offshore wind farms.
Dotzenrath does however indicate that she would like to devote herself to new tasks outside of RWE. It is true, answers the interviewed engineer. “News to come”, she adds: News to be expected shortly.