ENGIE Solutions, an international leader in sustainable energy services and facilities management, has appointed Abey Rajan as general manager of ENGIE Cofely Mannai in Qatar.
Rajan will focus on bringing ENGIE’s wide range of energy efficiency solutions to cities, communities, and industries in Qatar, in alignment with ENGIE Group’s core vision to accelerate the transition towards a carbon neutral economy.
Rajan brings over 20 years of experience in business transformation and the delivery of award-winning service experiences and teams.
Having been present in Qatar for the last eight years, Rajan will bring focus and in country experience to the role.
As general manager for ENGIE Cofely Mannai in Qatar, Rajan will leverage ENGIE Group’s vast international experience and portfolio of offerings to deliver full-fledged client solutions.
Building on ENGIE Cofely Mannai’s established reputation as a provider of sustainable solutions, he will work closely with clients in the country to support their ambitions to become carbon neutral.
On the appointment, Mohammed Alyami, CEO, Engie Qatar said, “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Abey on board to lead ENGIE Cofely Mannai’s operations. He has a strong background in the business environment of Qatar and a solid understanding of not only what we do, but what ENGIE aspires towards – which is to accelerate the transition to a carbon neutral economy for a more sustainable future. On behalf of ENGIE Cofely Mannai, I wish Abey the best of success in his new role.”
Khalid Mannai, vice chairman, Executive Committee, Mannai Corporation said, “In line with the Qatar National Vision 2030, driving a more sustainable future is a key priority for the country. Under Abey Rajan’s leadership, I am confident that ENGIE Cofely Mannai will continue to support its clients with innovative energy efficient solutions that will facilitate the carbon-neutral transition in Qatar.”
Abey Rajan said, “ENGIE has a strong reputation in the global asset management and sustainable solutions sectors, which I intend to develop further here in Qatar. In recent times there has been a shift in intentions as companies begin to seek and adopt more sustainable business models, and ENGIE is the ideal partner to help realise the desire for change. I aim to drive the carbon-neutral transition here in Qatar, using ENGIE’s expertise and advanced technology.”
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