Dr. Harald Dinter supports the management of Re²

In september 2022, Dr Harald Dinter took up his position as managing director of Spanner Re² GmbH. He strengthens and complements the management team around the long-standing CEO Thomas Bleul and Helmut Spanner. Dr Harald Dinter has already been involved with the topic of renewable energies for many years and is ideally suited for his new task due to his professional background as well as his personal strengths.

A native of Middle Franconia with a doctorate in business management, he worked for many years in controlling and in various positions, most recently as managing director. In the course of his professional career, he discovered and developed his interest in the topic of renewable energies. This, in combination with his management experience and his preference for collegial cooperation, qualifies him for the exciting challenge at the internationally networked Spanner Re² GmbH with its various business sectors.

Dr. Dinter is convinced that a healthy company is supported above all by healthy employees and a good working atmosphere, which can only come about through value-based cooperation. Not least as managing director of HOD Consult GmbH, he gained insights into a wide variety of companies in different sectors. His credo is short and meaningful: "the right one. Doing it". This credo is the essence of his professional and life experience to date and aptly describes his style.

Dr. Dinter is looking forward to the tasks ahead of him when it comes to displacing imported fossil fuels by using local, domestic potentials. In wood gasification, a synthesis gas is extracted from wood chips that generates electricity and heat (combined heat and power) in CHP instead of fossil gas, for example. Today, Spanner Re² GmbH is one of the market leaders in the field of biomass gasification. Dr. Dinter already knows this technology from the times when it was developed to industrial suitability. 

Born in Middle Franconia, he grew up in Hesse and studied business management in Nuremberg, followed by a doctorate. He is married and has two grown-up children. He is considered goal-oriented and analytical, and describes himself as a team player. No wonder he is now very much looking forward to contributing his experience and expertise to his new task and advancing the topic of "Holz-Kraft".