SENER appoints Elvira García Energy Engineering Director03/10/2018 (Spain)
SENER has appointed Elvira García as Director of Engineering for the Energy area. A professional with over 19 years of experience, in her new position, García will be responsible for supervising all engineering projects that SENER tackles in the Renewables, Power, Oil, & Gas sector, where the company is renowned for providing its own technological solutions.
An industrial engineer specializing in Electricity, educated at the Technical Engineering School (ETSII for its Spanish acronym) of Bilbao (Spain), Elvira also has a postgraduate degree in Distributed generation and Renewable energies from the same university, as well as having completed the PLD (Program for Leadership Development) Executive Program at ESADE & Deusto Business School.
Until her recent appointment, Elvira García served as Corporate Chief Procurement Officer at SENER, a position she still holds. Elvira García started working at SENER in 2000. During these years, García has worked in project management and project engineering functions, and as a specialist for solar thermal, combined cycle, thermal generation, metropolitan railway, and traction systems projects, among other functions. Before she started working at SENER, García was Director of Engineering and Manufacturing at TECUNI (now the Vinci group).
In the area of Renewables, Power, Oil, & Gas, SENER is an expert in engineering and the turn-key construction of power generation plants, solar thermal plants, liquefied natural gas storage and regasification terminals, underground gas storage, refining units, petrochemical and plastics plants, and plants for the treatment or regeneration of urban, agricultural, or industrial solid waste. For these projects, SENER can offer to complete all phases, from the feasibility study, conceptual and basic engineering, detailed engineering, and construction supervision to the project's start up services, as well as the operation and maintenance of the facilities.
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