Reganosa's board of directors has appointed Carlos Collantes Pérez-Ardá as president, replacing José María Paz Goday, who will continue to be a member of the board. The new president, who has been on the board of directors since 2017, will take over the role in order to continue with current strategies and boost the development of Reganosa, with a special focus on the challenges and opportunities presented by the ongoing energy transition process.
During José María Paz's term, Reganosa obtained Transmission System Operator (TSO) certification, and underwent a transformation to work towards international expansion, creating companies through which the group now provides consulting and operating services, as well as energy infrastructure maintenance. Today the group takes part in projects in countries like Malta, Kuwait, India, and Canada, and it is in a good position to take on future challenges.
Born in A Coruña in 1954, Carlos Collantes Pérez-Ardá is an industrial engineer. He has worked in the energy sector, first working at Fenosa in A Coruña. After moving to Madrid, he assumed important responsibilities, particularly in the area of energy transport. He has been the general director of transport at Red Eléctrica Española (the Spanish Electricity System). He was also president of INALTA, INELFE (who have a 50% stake in the electricity TSOs in Spain and France for the development of electrical networks), and the Peruvian company TESUR (Transmisora Eléctrica del Sur).