After more than ten years, Lars Hornig is leaving the company

After more than ten years, Lars Hornig is leaving the company



Andernach.
Lars Hornig has been Commercial Director of Stadtwerk Andernach for over ten years. Due to his move to Stadtwerke Koblenz, he stepped down as managing director at his own request at the end of October and was dismissed in a small ceremony by the supervisory board, city leadership, Stadtwerke managers and working council representatives. A new era of energy supply in Andernach began during his time at the Stadtwerk. In 2014, Stadtwerke founded the subsidiary Stadtwerke Andernach Energie, began selling BäckerjungenStrom and BäckerjungenGas, and took over the network operation of the electricity and gas networks in Andernach. “The development of the energy divisions and SWA-E into a municipal energy supplier is a milestone for the municipal utility, which Lars Hornig played an active role in shaping. This path is proving successful by achieving the status of basic supplier in the electricity and gas sectors at a record speed,” Supervisory Board Chairman Meyer emphasized Hornig’s successful work. Akim Hutton says. At the Rhine port, the largest branch of the business, municipal utilities grew through the purchase and sale of the former Drunnerthallen and investment in a second container bridge. “With good framework conditions, the port is now profitable and has a high turnover,” says Lars Hornig, who is particularly pleased with this development during his term of office and thanked his colleagues and business partners for the good cooperation. Hornig referred the latter to the committees and thanked them for the confidence reposed in him.

Stadtwerke will close the resulting vacancy as soon as possible as part of the current job advertisement. To date, Technical Managing Director Jan Deuster has been at the helm as sole Managing Director, supported by Judith Heiner, Authorized Officer and Head of Company Organization.

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