Company Overview of Alstom (Switzerland) Ltd.
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Key Executives for Alstom (Switzerland) Ltd.
Chairman of Alstom and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom
Vice President of Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Alstom (Switzerland) Ltd. Key Developments
Alstom Switzerland Gets EUR 30 Million Deal for Components Installation in Leibstadt Nuclear Plant
Sep 16 14
Alstom Switzerland secured an order worth EUR 30 million from the operator of the Leibstadt nuclear power station for the retrofit of the two horizontal moisture separator reheaters in the plant. The reheaters are located between the high-pressure and the low-pressure steam turbines of the plant. They are used for the removal of moisture from the steam exiting the high pressure turbine and reheating of the steam to an optimal temperature. This reduces erosion at the low pressure turbine and improves its efficiency.
Alstom Switzerland, Ltd. Appoints Dina Mardner as Vice President of Human Resources
Mar 27 14
Alstom Switzerland Ltd. has appointed Dina Mardner as vice president of human resources, or HR. Dina Mardner took over the role of vice president HR of Alstom Switzerland on 1 March 2014, becoming responsible for the more than 6,500 employees of this globally active technology group working in Switzerland. Dina Mardner has been working for Alstom Switzerland since February 2012, and acted as vice president Compensation & Benefits for the Thermal Power division from November 2012.
Mantra Energy Alternatives Enter into Joint Research and Development Agreement with Alstom (Switzerland) Relating to Lafarge Pilot Project
Sep 10 13
On June 24, 2013, through the wholly owned subsidiary Mantra Energy Alternatives Inc., Mantra Venture Group Ltd., entered into an Agreement with Alstom (Switzerland) Ltd. concerning the joint research and development projects relating to a pilot plant for the conversion of carbon dioxide to formate at a Lafarge cement plant (the Lafarge pilot project) and the development of processes for the conversion of carbon dioxide to other valuable chemicals. Pursuant to the Agreement Mantra and Alstom will co-operate in one or more research and development projects related to Mantra's Electro-Reduction of Carbon Dioxide (ERC) technology. Prospective projects will be associated with the development of technologies and processes for the conversion of CO to chemical products and the investigation of the feasibility of scale-up and commercialization of these processes. Prior to undertaking any research and development project under the agreement, Mantra and Alstom will mutually agree to special terms and conditions governing the purpose, aims and objectives of any such project, including technical descriptions, the designation of work phases and project managers, and the allocation of responsibilities and costs between the parties. The commencement of any work phase for any project will be at the sole discretion of Alstom. Mantra and Alstom also will establish an intellectual property committee to oversee and manage all intellectual property issues and activities resulting from the Agreement, including the protection of any new intellectual property. Each party will have exclusive right and discretion to prosecute all patents and patent applications resulting from its work on any project. The parties will jointly prosecute any intellectual property in jointly-owned results. Alstom will have the additional option under the agreement to acquire an exclusive license to intellectual property created by Mantra under the agreement, and to a license to Mantra's ERC technology as may be reasonably required to exploit intellectual property assumed by Alstom. The agreement does not affect ownership of any underlying intellectual property of either party.
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