News from Nov 17, 2023

Ivana Rendlova joins Management Board

  • Ivana Rendlova joins the BELECTRIC Management Board as a Non-Executive Officer

  • Promoting the exchange of expertise between BELECTRIC and CEZ

Kolitzheim (Deutschland) – BELECTRIC, member of the Elevion Group, appoints Ivana Rendlova to the Management Board as Non-Executive Officer. She succeeds Stanislav Průcha in this role and will, among other things, promote the exchange of expertise between BELECTRIC and CEZ.

Ivana Rendlova will join the Management Board of BELECTRIC as a Non-Executive Officer. In this role, she succeeds the previous Non-Executive Officer Stanislav Průcha who left CEZ, the shareholder of BELECTRIC's parent company Elevion Group, and consequently BELECTRIC at the beginning of November.

Ivana Rendlova studied business administration in Usti nad Labem in the Czech Republic. After 15 years at a leading manufacturer for foundry chemicals, she joined CEZ in 2021. Since this year, she has been focussing on renewable energies. One of her main tasks is to promote the exchange of expertise between BELECTRIC and CEZ.

The business economist is euphoric about her new role at BELECTRIC: "It is an honour for me to now officially belong to a company like BELECTRIC, where team spirit is a top priority."

BELECTRIC is one of Europe's leading EPC service providers in the development, construction and operation of solar power plants. The solar energy specialist looks back on more than 20 years of experience in power plant construction and has built over 4.6 gigawatts of capacity worldwide. BELECTRIC is a member of Elevion Group. Elevion Group is a leading European provider of end-to-end decarbonization and higher energy efficiency solutions. Thanks to its unique structure and its pioneering spirit, its capabilities can be easily scaled across the project scope, for various project sizes and a range of required expertise. Elevion Group operates on 12+ European markets (including The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Poland, Romania and Hungary) through 60+ highly specialized independent companies, but with the financial strength of an international group.