Scatec Appoints New CEO

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  • The Board of Directors of Scatec has appointed Terje Pilskog (51) as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.
  • Raymond Carlsen (67) will step down after 13 years and the change will take place on 1 May.
  • Terje Pilskog comes from the position as EVP Project Development.

“Terje Pilskog has been instrumental in the strategic development of Scatec and has first-hand experience with both the commercial and operational aspects of the company. After close to 20 years in renewables he possesses deep industry insight and is well respected by our many business partners. His appointment as new CEO is the result of a thorough process, and his candidature has been benchmarked against both internal and external candidates. We are confident he is the right man to continue the development of Scatec as a leading provider of renewable energy solutions globally,” says John Andersen, Jr., Chairman of the Board of Directors in Scatec.

Mr. Pilskog joined Scatec as EVP Project Development in 2013. Previously, he held various management positions with Renewable Energy Corporation, where he joined from a position as Associate Principle with McKinsey & Co.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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