- 2 August 2019
- Posted by: eyath-news
- Category: All News
Agis Papadopoulos, professor of energy systems at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, AUTH, is the new non-executive chairman of EYATH SA, as he was elected at today’s Unscheduled General Meeting following a proposal by the Greek Equity and Equity Holding Company, important shareholder of EYATH.
To nominate a new CEO, Board members in replacement of those who have resign, a new unscheduled General Meeting will be convened on August 27 at the company’s offices (Egnatia 127). The new EYATH Board of Directors will be formed in body next Monday.
“EYATH is a robust organization that develops and operates modern and durable infrastructures, provides high quality services to the consumer and ensures the sustainability of the aquatic ecosystem in the greater Thessaloniki area. With a comprehensive strategy and effective planning, with good cooperation and utilization of the company’s executive potential and in partnership with all stakeholders in the city, we aspire to work for the benefit of the local community, employees and shareholders of the company, “the new chairman of EYATH SA, Agis Papadopoulos said.
Agis Papadopoulos is a mechanical engineer of Aristotle University (1989), with a master’s degree in energy saving and environmental protection at Cranfield University in Britain (1991) and he also holds a doctorate in solar systems from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. (1994). Since 1998 he is a professor of energy systems in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and since 2013 he is the director of the Process Equipment Manufacturing Laboratory in the same department. He is active in the fields of energy efficiency and renewable energy and environmental planning of buildings and energy economics. He was a member of the Energy Regulatory Authority (2003-2005) and Vice President of the Governing Committee of the Open University of Cyprus (2014-2018). Since 2015 he is a visiting professor at the TU Hamburg-Harburg in Germany.
In the framework of the General Assembly, the EYATH Vice President and Chief Debt Officer G. Papaioannou, as well as the EYSYP spokesman, H. Pilitsidis, thanked the EYATH staff for the early detection of the problem of the access channel of Aliakmonas to EHRC and its management in support of public health.