Karlsruhe. Dr. Stefan Webers (43) will be joining EnBW as the new head of Corporate Development/Strategy with effect from 1 July. He is the successor to Dr. Peter Krampf who left the company at his own request at the end of March 2013. Stefan Webers is switching to EnBW from Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH where he has worked as a partner and shareholder since October 2010. Prior to this, he held a number of positions also in strategy consulting at The Boston Consulting Group GmbH for nearly nine years. Another milestone in Stefan Webers' career was at RWE Dea AG, a subsidiary of RWE AG, where he worked from 1997 to 2001.
Dr. Jens Schreiber (56) has been appointed as the new head of Corporate Communication as from 1 July 2013. Jens Schreiber has been responsible for corporate communication at Celesio AG since 2010. Prior to this, Schreiber was responsible for international media communication at the E.ON Group from 2007 to 2010, among other positions.
Dr. Frank Mastiaux, Chief Executive Officer of EnBW: "In the persons of Jens Schreiber and Stefan Webers, two experienced managers with in-depth knowledge of the energy industry are joining EnBW. They are both excellently qualified for these strategically important and future-oriented tasks".
Dirk Ommeln (45), formerly in charge of Corporate Communication, will be taking over as head of Executive Management with effect from 1 July 2013. Ommeln joined the company in 2001 and has been responsible for the Group's Corporate Communication since 2007.
Ulrich Herzog, currently head of Executive Management, will be leaving the company at his own request to go into retirement at the end of the year. Herzog, who is 62 years old, joined Neckarwerke Esslingen as it was known then, a forerunner company of today's EnBW, in 1977, and held a number of positions of responsibility. He has headed up Executive Management at EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG since 2004.
"Ulrich Herzog has worked successfully and with great dedication for the company for more than four decades. My warmest thanks go to him for this service. His wish to go into well-deserved retirement is fully understandable. I am delighted that we have been able to find Dirk Ommeln as his successor for this important, key staff function", said Mastiaux.