MET Group Appoints New CEO of MET Energía España in Spain

Appointments

MET Group, an energy company based in Switzerland with Hungarian roots, ​​​​​​​has announced the appointment of Ángel Crespo as the new CEO of its Spanish subsidiary MET Energía España.

Crespo has more than two decades of experience in the Spanish gas and power sales and wholesale markets. He previously worked for Union Fenosa Gas, Alpiq, Mibgas, and Molgas Energy Holdings. He is also a member of the Steering Committee of Sedigas (Spanish Gas Association).

MET Group has had a strong presence in Spain since 2018 with direct LNG supplies into Spain as well as a diversified pan-European wholesale gas and energy portfolio.

“We are excited to have Ángel join our team and lead our Spanish business. With his local knowledge and experience in both gas and electricity, MET will continue to be able to support our Spanish customers under his leadership,” said Benjamin Lakatos, Group CEO and Chairman of MET Group.

 

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