Andrea Cuomo and Mauro Curiale appointed respectively Chairman and CEO of 3Sun
October 13, 2010 // Julien Happich
Enel Green Power, Sharp and STMicroelectronics announced today the appointment of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of their new joint venture company 3Sun by its Board of Directors, constituted at the end of July 2010. The appointment is in line with the agreement signed by Enel Green Power, Sharp and STMicroelectronics on January 4, 2010.
The goal of the joint venture is to start operations at the Catania factory for integrated production of innovative photovoltaic cells and panels. The new Chairman of 3Sun is Andrea Cuomo, STMicroelectronics' Executive Vice President for the Europe, Middle East and Africa Region.
Cuomo will also retain his position at ST, which he has held since January 2008, and will continue to head up ST's Advanced Systems Technology (AST) group and be a member of ST's Corporate Strategic Committee. Born in Milan, Italy, in 1954, Cuomo joined SGS Microelettronica, a predecessor company of STMicroelectronics, in 1983.
The new Chief Executive Officer of 3Sun is Mauro Curiale, since January 2007 in charge of Enel SOLE, a subsidiary of Enel Group and a leading company in the construction and management of public and artistic lighting systems. Curiale is also a member of the Board of Directors of AIDI (Italian Lighting Association). Born in Ancona, Italy, in 1952, Curiale began his professional career with ENEL in 1981.
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