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Jan Sedláček becomes new CEO of Teplárna Liberec

As of today, Jan Sedláček becomes the new Chairman of the Board of Directors of Teplárna Liberec, a.s. He will be responsible for company strategy, finance and business. He replaces Martin Pěnčík in the management of Teplárna Liberec, who is leaving the company for personal reasons.

Jan Sedláček studied business economy and management at the Faculty of Social-economic studies of the J. E. Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem. He comes to MVV Group, of which Teplárna Liberec is a member, from the position of CEO of AKT plastikářská technologie Čechy
s.r.o. In this successful company from Jablonec nad Nisou, operating in the automotive industry, he held the position of financial director for many years.

He has extensive experience in managing corporate strategy and projects in the areas of business, finance, IT and the implementation of tools for process improvement. He previously worked for companies such as Trelleborg BU Fluid Solution, Maeser, TRW and Baltaxia. Jan
Sedláček is fluent in English and German.

Teplárna Liberec supplies almost fourteen thousand Liberec households, ten industrial customers and 130 customers from the tertiary sector. The central heat supply has been supplying thermal energy in the city since 1976. Teplárna Liberec has been part of the MVV Energie CZ group since 2007. In recent years, it has largely used energy produced in the adjacent waste-to-energy facility TERMIZO and energy from natural gas. Teplárna Liberec thus significantly contributes to the maintaining of a healthy environment.

The MVV Energie CZ energy group comprises fifteen companies operating in fifteen cities in the Czech Republic. The parent company is MVV Energie CZ a.s., which was established in October 1993. Since 1999 the company has been a subsidiary of MVV Energie AG, a German energy group, based in Mannheim. The three main pillars of the MVV strategy are the production and distribution of thermal energy, the combined high-efficiency power production and the waste-to-energy generation.

Jitka Tůmová