Dietrich Moeller (Germany)

The Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member; Consultant of German-Russian Chamber of Commerce.

1982 – 1990 worked at ELPRO AG in Germany (last position – Director of Research and Development Department). 1991 – 1999 held various positions at Siemens AG Germany (Head of  Traction Drives Department, Head of Department at DUEWAG AG). 2000 – 2006 he headed the business Division called “Trains” of Siemens Mobility. In this title, Moeller has been involved in a number of important national and international Siemens rail projects. There are large deliveries of passenger electric trains to England, Bulgaria and Iran, high-speed electric trains for JSC “German Railways”, JSC “Russian Railways” and to China. 20068 – 2018 President of Siemens Russia and Central Asia; Vice-President of Siemens AG, Germany. 2013-2019 Guest Professor and lecturer at MIIT. Currently, he holds the position of Consultant of German-Russian Chamber of Commerce and offers consultations to representatives of the Russian business sector on a number of projects.

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