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With more than 35 years of international business management and operations experience, Fritz Gautschi retired in 2002 as the president and CEO of a U.S. enterprise resulting from a joint venture between ABB and ALSTOM. The two corporations produce energy-related equipment, and the U.S. venture generated more th… Read More
With more than 35 years of international business management and operations experience, Fritz Gautschi retired in 2002 as the president and CEO of a U.S. enterprise resulting from a joint venture between ABB and ALSTOM. The two corporations produce energy-related equipment, and the U.S. venture generated more than $3 billion in sales. Before assuming this role, Fritz Gautschi served as executive vice president of ABB USA for Power Generation and led ABB’s global gasturbine and combined cycle power plant division.During his time as the head of ABB's gasturbine business,he led the development of the unique gasturbine concept, the sequentially fired GT 24. He also spent three years prior to these roles as the CEO of ABB’s Power Generation business in Switzerland.

At the start of his career, Gautschi gained experience in the energy industry as a nuclear engineer for the Westinghouse Nuclear Power Division. He was responsible for managing five nuclear power plants in Sweden and Spain during his tenure with the company.

In addition to these various roles, Fritz Gautschi spent several years as an energy advisor for the Gerson Lehrman Group and served on the board of directors of ENPORION for six years. Read Less
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