Francois Trabucco new Managing Director of VSB Énergies Nouvelles
Press / Nîmes (France) / Dresden (Germany) / 21.01.2019
Francois Trabucco is following Emmanuel Macqueron, who had managed the company since 2003.
Nîmes/Dresden, 10 January 2019 – Change in management: Francois Trabucco will now manage the business of VSB Énergies Nouvelles. He assumes responsibility for the expansion of project development and operational management in the wind energy and photovoltaics sectors of the French and Tunisian markets.
Francois Trabucco brings extensive management experience to the new role. The 38-year-old has already worked as Director of Sales, Business Development and Project Development for VSB Énergies Nouvelles for six years. He had previously worked for Vestas Wind Systems, as Manager for Quality, Safety and the Environment, and at Société du Pipeline Sud Européen (SPSE), a subsidiary of the French TOTAL Group. His career has taken him from France to Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Turkey. Trabucco is a diploma environmental engineer and studied in Marseilles.
"France is one of the VSB Group's key markets and has a great growth potential for renewable energies. The large-scale expansion of wind and sun is going to be decisive in the government's goal to reach 40% green energy generation by 2030", according to Marko Lieske, Managing Director of the parent company, VSB Holding GmbH. "We are excited to further this expansion with Francois Trabucco and strengthen the leading position of VSB", Lieske continues.
Francois Trabucco is following Emmanuel Macqueron, who had managed the company since 2003. In future he is dedicating himself to new business challenges. The change is accompanied with thanks to Emmanuel Macqueron for his committed and successful work. Under his leadership VSB has become one of the top-level project developers for renewable energies in France.
VSB Énergies Nouvelles - a subsidiary of the VSB Group
The VSB Group, with its headquarters in Dresden, Germany, is one of the leading full-service providers in the renewable energies sector. It's core business is the international project development, operation and maintenance of wind and photovoltaic parks. Since 1996 VSB has set up over 470 wind energy and photovoltaic plants with around 900 megawatts installed capacity and an investment volume of 1.4 billion Euro. The group and associated companies employ 300 employees at 16 locations, including five in France. VSB Énergies Nouvelles was founded in 2001.