Anne Le Guennec has been appointed to the Keolis Supervisory Board on 29 September 2022. Anne Le Guennec is the chief executive of Veolia’s Recycling & Recovery business unit for France.

Keolis has launched this summer a recruiting campaign in France in order to fill 1,000 open positions worldwide. The group’s revenues went up 3.7% in 2021. Keolis has set the goal of tripling the share of bus kilometres powered by alternative energies to diesel by 2030. This goes along with the other commitment to reducing intensity of greenhouse gas emissions per kilometre by 30% from the 2019 baseline.

Anne Le Guennec joins Keolis Supervisory Board

Anne Le Guennec joined French service company Veolia in 1998. She is an engineering graduate from the University of Technology of Compiègne. “She was appointed project director for the construction of drinking water production plants in 2003. Starting in 2008, Anne occupied several roles in Morocco and the Middle East in the group’s Water, Sanitation and Energy business units. Between 2016 and 2019, she served as Chief Executive of Enova, a joint venture between Majid Al Futtaim and Veolia, which supplies energy management services to a wide portfolio of public and private clients across the Middle East”, Keolis sums up announcing the new appointment.

She is currently the chief executive of Veolia’s Recycling & Recovery business unit for France. Anne Le Guennec is also vice president of France’s National Federation of Decontamination and Environmental Activities (FNADE) and a member of the National Industry Committee (CNI).

Jérôme Tolot, Chairman of the Keolis Supervisory Board: “We are delighted to welcome Anne Le Guennec to the Keolis Board. Her wide knowledge of the local authority services sector, both in France and internationally, and her business development experience will be invaluable in supporting the growth of the Keolis Group.”

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