MIAMI, USA – Carlos Guinand, Executive Chairman of Sonnedix, has been appointed as non-executive Chairman of Ventient Energy, a sister company of the global solar independent power producer (IPP).
Carlos, who co-founded Sonnedix in 2009, will maintain his role as Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors at Sonnedix, while officially join Ventien’s Board as non-executive Chairman on January 1st 2022.
“It is a great honour to take this role as non-executive chairman of Ventient, where I can bring my knowledge and experience.” said Carlos Guinand – “I look forward to this new exciting journey, while I continue my role as Executive Chairman of Sonnedix.”
“We look forward to benefiting from working with Carlos, helping to deliver in the future on our long-term commitment to provide green energy for the future of people and the planet.” – said Ventient Energy CEO, Mark Jones. – “Carlos’ leadership and oversight have been deeply instrumental alongside management team in creating Sonnedix’s global success over 12 years. His passionate, innovative and values-driven approach helped the company move successfully through a series of major growth and transition chapters in both creating the company it is today and visioning its future steps.”
Ventient Energy is Europe’s largest independent onshore wind power generator with a presence in six European countries, and a total installed capacity of 2.6GW.
Sonnedix Power Holdings Limited (together with its subsidiaries, Sonnedix) is a global solar Independent Power Producer (IPP) with a proven track record in delivering high performance cost competitive solar photovoltaic plants to the market. Sonnedix develops, builds, owns and operates solar power plants globally, with a total capacity of over 4.6GW, including a development pipeline of more than 2GW.
Sonnedix continues to expand its global footprint across OECD countries, with 350 solar plants in operations, as well as several hundred MW under construction or various development stages in Italy, France, Spain, USA/Puerto Rico, Chile, South Africa and Japan.