Anne-Catherine de Tourtier, Managing Director of the Nordex Region Mediterranean, will be one of the speakers at the RES Serbia 2023 conference.
Anne-Catherine de Tourtier has a long-standing experience in the wind industry: Joining Nordex in 2003 (as its fourth employee), she held various senior management positions in Sales and Project Development. And since 2017, Anne-Catherine de Tourtier is Managing Director of the Nordex Region Mediterranean.
Anne-Catherine was part of the core team launching the Nordex’s business activities in France and took over as Managing Director of Nordex France & Benelux in 2012. Born into a French-German family, Anne-Catherine de Tourtier mainly grew up in Asia.
Anne-Catherine de Tourtier studied political science in Berlin and Paris and holds an MIA from Columbia University.
The Nordex group is a relatively new player on the Serbian wind market with great ambition. Following its entry into the Serbian market with the order for 22 turbines from the Delta4000 series for the “Krivača” wind farm, which is currently under construction, the Group has recently received another major order for a 95 MW wind farm in Serbia. Installation of the Delta4000 series turbines is scheduled to begin in 2024.
President of Nordex France and Managing Director Mediterranean, Anne-Catherine de Tourtier, has just been nominated Knight of the National Merit Order (Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite) in France by the French President, Emmanuel Macron, on behalf of the Ministry of Energy.
This important title honors her for 20 years of unfailing dedication to the energy transition and is a huge recognition for all Nordex France employees without whom this success would not have been possible. It also acknowledges the wind industry’s key role in the energy transition.
Anne-Catherine has been working in different management positions for the Nordex Group for more than two decades and as Board Member and President for the French Wind Energy Association France Energie Eolienne since 2015. She has contributed considerably to the development of wind energy in France in these functions. The Ordre National du Mérite is France’s national order of merit. It was established in 1963 by the French President Charles de Gaulle and is awarded for special services in the public, civil, military or private spheres.