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New Managing Director for Pfalzwerke geofuture to start Oct. 1, 2017

Geothermal power plant at Insheim, Germany (source: Pfalzwerke geofuture)
Alexander Richter 4 Jul 2017

German utility Pfalzwerke has announced the appointment of Jörg Uhde as Managing Director of Pfalzwerke geofuture, the operator of the geothermal power plant at Insheim, Germany

In an announcement on its website, German utility Pfalzwerke announces a change in management of its Pfalzwerke geofuture company.

The company is operating the Insheim geothermal power plant in the South of Germany. Effective October 1, 2017, Mr. Jörg Uhde will take over the management of the Pfalzwerke geofuture GmbH.

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He succeeds Mr. Reinhold Matmuja, who is leaving the management of the Pfalzwerke geofuture as of September 30, 2017, in order to fully assume his responsibilities as managing director of the FFR Fernwärme Flugplatz Ramstein GmbH, a subsidiary of PFALZWERKE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, and the further development of the company To be able to devote.

Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Jörg Uhde studied mining at the Technical University of Berlin and subsequently worked in various positions in the areas of renewable energy in the Saarberg Group. From 2004, in the course of the takeover of various managerial tasks, Mr Uhde was able to gain extensive experience in the field of geothermal energy and build up appropriate expertise. Mr. Uhde extended his expertise in this area within the scope of his management tasks at TerraTherm Erdwärme GmbH, BAUER Resources GmbH and Axpo Power AG before moving to Stadtwerke Bad Waldsee GmbH in September 2015 to take over the position of general manager.

Dr. Werner Hitschler, Managing Director of the Pfalzwerke: “We are delighted that we have been able to win Mr. Uhde for the management of the Pfalzwerke geofuture GmbH and welcome him to our company group. We wish him all the best for his new tasks and a good collaboration with all areas of the company. ”

ThinkGeoEnergy congratulates Mr. Jörg Uhde to the appointment and wishes all the best in the new role.

Source: Geothermie Insheim