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Senior Group Appointment at ENGIE

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ENGIE has appointed Thierry Saegeman as Executive Vice President with responsibility for ‘Transformation & Geographies’.

Saegeman, who joined the group in 1995, has spent most of his career in Belgium and France. Most recently, he has served as CEO of the nuclear power sector business in Belgium. Saegeman will report to Engie Group CEO, Catherine MacGregor, and becomes a member of its Executive Committee.

Cedric Osterrieth has been appointed as CEO of the Belgian nuclear power sector business from 1st January 2024 and is expected to assume full operational responsibility on completion of training and mandatory accreditation by the Belgian nuclear safety authorities, with Saegeman providing continuity during and continuing to oversee Engie’s involvement in the LTO project in Belgium until then.

Cedric Osterrieth has been appointed as CEO of Electrabel with Vincent Verbeke as the Country Manager of ENGIE Belgium, again with effect from 1st January.

Catherine MacGregor, says: “I am very pleased that Thierry will be joining our Executive Committee. His strategic and operational experience, his exceptional qualities as a negotiator in complex contexts and environments, his ability to build institutional relations at the highest level, as well as his excellent knowledge of our businesses in Europe, will be key assets for our organization. I would also like to warmly thank Frank for his engagement and personal contribution to the transformation of ENGIE. I wish him all the best for the future.”

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A graduate of the University of Ghent, Saegeman holds a Master’s degree in electromechanical engineering as well as an MBA degree from Vlerick Business School. His previous positions include serving as managing director of ENGIE Thermal France, and as the CEO of Compagnie Nationale du Rhône where he was responsible for hydro-power plant operations, energy management and the development of wind and solar capabilities.

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