Borja Zárraga, new Business Development and Commercial Manager of Energy at SENER05/06/2019 (International)
SENER has named Borja Zárraga, until now Director of the Power and Industrial Department, Business Development and Commercial Manager of all whole Energy sector. This appointment is part of the new structural Energy organization that led to the recent appointment of Álvaro Lorente as Managing Director.
Borja Zárraga is an industrial engineer majoring in Mechanical Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering in Bilbao, Spain. During his twenty years at SENER, he has been Manager for the Mechanics Area of SENER’s Industrial and Marine Division, Country Manager of SENER in Mexico and Director of SENER's Power and Industrial Department.
In Energy, SENER is a turnkey contractor and provides operation and maintenance services for electrical power plants, solar thermal plants, LNG storage and regasification terminals, underground gas storage terminals, refineries, petrochemical and plastics plants, and municipal, agricultural and industrial waste-to-energy treatment plants.
In recent years, SENER has built up an important presence in the area of engineering and construction for energy production plants, and has become a technology solutions and EPC projects’ company recognized the world over for its execution of technologically complex turnkey projects in Europe, America, Africa and the Middle East.
SENER’s work portfolio includes major projects like the concentrated solar power (CSP) plants Noor Ouarzazate I, II y III, in Morocco, Khatu Solar Park and Ilanga in South Africa and Gemasolar in Spain, plus the biomass power plants for ENCE, in Spain, the liquefied natural gas terminal Gate Terminal, in the Netherlands, the CCR La Cangrejera petrochemical plant, in Mexico, and the Empalme I combined cycle power plant, also in Mexico. Lately, SENER is opening up new energy markets such as photovoltaic solar plants, wind energy and CSP hybridization projects, as well as offering advanced solutions for digitalized management of industrial and energy generation assets.