Ana Paula Marques
The manager will replace Rui Teixeira at the head of EDP Spain and enters the history of the Portuguese electricity company by becoming the first woman to hold this position in the history of the company. He has made a career in the field of telecommunications, having worked at Nos and Apritel, and his challenge is the energy transformation of thermoelectric plants, which is important in this country. A woman who is gaining notoriety in a male sector.
It is an attitude of courage that the businesswoman and shareholder of Galp adopts by cutting economic ties with Russia, knowing the impact that such a decision has, in financial terms, for the Portuguese oil company. Sometimes, more than looking at the numbers, you also have to take sides and take political positions. Galp is the first national company to do so directly in the country and should be applauded for such a gesture.