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REpower's supervisory board has named Marcus A. Wassenberg as the wind turbine manufacturer's chief financial officer and Vinod R. Tanti as its chief operating officer. Both appointments become effective on June 1.

Wassenberg has held a number of senior finance and managerial positions in a range of sectors. Most recently, he served as senior vice president of management control, where his duties included managing accounting, invoicing and controlling for both REpower and its subsidiaries. Before joining REpower, he held a number of senior positions at the Cirrus Group.

Tanti is a civil engineer with over 24 years’ experience, the last 16 years of which have been in the wind energy sector. As a senior member of the Suzlon Group, he has been involved in all facets of the business, especially in organizing the low-cost country supply chain into a highly aligned, lean, productive and competitive organization, according to Suzlon.



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