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Vestas Announces Management Changes

Turbine maker Vestas has appointed Vestas Mediterranean President Eduardo Medina new President of Vestas North America while Javier Rodriguez Diez, currently Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Key Account Management, will supersede Eduardo Medina as President of Vestas Mediterranean.

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The company states the changing U.S. market as the main reason for the change in management. As the US wind market is entering a new phase, where demand will be driven by wind energy’s cost-competitiveness, the phase out of the PTC, and states looking to address the climate crisis they want to execute at unprecedented levels of activity, as well as adjusting their commercial focus.

Eduardo Medina replaces Chris Brown, who has successfully led Vestas North America since 2012 and will leave the company to pursue his own enterprise. 

“Wind energy and Vestas are entering a new phase in the USA, where we want to remain the strongest possible partner for our stakeholders. In this changing and growing market, the time is right for both new leadership in Vestas North America, and for Chris Brown to pursue his own enterprise, and I’m therefore very satisfied that our succession planning enables us to make this change. We would like to thank Chris for his huge contribution and significant results both for Vestas and the USA’s renewable sector, and we wish him all the best in his future endeavours”, said Henrik Andersen, President and CEO, Vestas.

To replace Eduardo Medina as President of Vestas Mediterranean, Vestas has appointed Javier Rodriguez Diez who has previously served as Senior Vice President, Head of Sales, Vestas Mediterranean. Over the past 20 years, Javier Rodriguez Diez has held various positions in Vestas Mediterranean and brings substantial knowledge of all markets and the breadth of Vestas Mediterranean’s value chain, making him the natural successor to Eduardo Medina as President of Vestas Mediterranean.

Eduardo Medina is expected to relocate to the US as soon as current immigration restrictions related to COVID-19 will allow. Until then, Eduardo Medina will remain in Spain.

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