Mihhail Terentjev to head the Maintenance Division of Enefit Technology Industries.

Starting in September, Mihhail Terentjev will assume the post of Member of the Management Board of Enefit Technology Industries, to manage the Maintenance Division. The contract of service with the director, who has emerged from the company, was concluded for a period of five years.

The Maintenance Division of Enefit Technology Industries specialises primarily in the servicing of power stations and oil plants.

"The field of maintenance has grown very rapidly. Now it is paramount to make the competences of the company even more effective in practice," said Martti Kork, Chairman of the Management Board of Enefit Technology Industries.

Mihhail Terentjev has worked at Enefit Technology Industries since 2004. He will also continue until the end of the year as the head of Enefit Electrotechnics and Automation, a subsidiary of Enefit Technology Industries.

"Today, maintenance services are distributed between different companies in Enefit Technolgy Industries. Our major goal is to consolidate the existing knowhow and experience into one company, so that we could provide customers with a quality service at an optimal price, and do so in an environmentally sustainable manner," said Mihhail.

Mihhail Terentjev has a Bachelor's degree in public management from Tallinn University of Technology and is currently studying for a Bachelor's degree in electric drives and power electronics, and for a Master's degree in technology management.

The Management Board of Enefit Technolgy Industries has three members. Martti Kork is the Chairman of the Management Board, Otto-Richard Pukk and Mihhail Terentjev are Members of the Management Board whose areas of responsibility are Construction and Installation and Maintenance, respectively.

Enefit Technology Industries offers a wide range of technological project solutions in the areas of energy and industry. The service package includes planning, selection and manufacturing of technology, as well as maintenance of the installed devices. The enterprise, focused mainly on the development of technological solutions for power stations and oil plants, provides jobs for more than 1300 people in Ida-Viru County.

Eliis Vennik
Eesti Energia
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