Mike Scholey replaced by Jonathan Hoffman as interim CEO role at Globeleq

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  • Globeleq has appointed Jonathan Hoffman, currently Chief Development Officer, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Globeleq.
  • Jonathan replaces Mike Scholey who will be stepping down from Globeleq at the end of June 2024.
  • Mike is taking up a new role with an entrepreneurial venture and full details of this appointment will be announced at a later date.

Jonathan Hoffman joined Globeleq in 2010 and has been Chief Development Officer since 2020. He has led the development and investment team as they have secured deals and new investments across Africa including, most recently, the award of Red Sands, the largest standalone battery storage project on the continent. Jonathan has over 20 years of experience in the power sector having worked previously for ABB Energy Ventures and for InfraCo which he co-founded.

Mike Scholey has been CEO of Globeleq since January 2020 having previously been the Group’s Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer. During his time at Globeleq, Mike has been instrumental in sealing multiple deals, growing Globeleq by over 900MW, as well as improving performance at our operating assets across Africa.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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