UK’s Jearrard Energy Resources appoints Jan Oberholzer as Senior Non-Executive Director

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  • Jearrard Energy Resources has appointed ex Eskom chief of operations, Jan Oberholzer to their  Board of Directors as a Senior Non-Executive Director.
  • Mr. Oberholzer brings a wealth of knowledge of the energy sector in Africa to JER, continuing to strengthen the capability and knowledge base of the Board.

Mr. Oberholzer will be responsible for various advisory roles during the implementation and roll-out of the Solar to Green Hydrogen projects that JER has currently secured and is implementing in Mozambique, other countries in Southern Africa.

JER is in the process of developing a 12 Gigawatt Solar to Green Hydrogen Facility with a Green Hydrogen Export Facility in Mozambique and other countries in Southern Africa. The Facility will supply Green Hydrogen to the port for export as well as Green Hydrogen for power plants and Nano/Micro Grid solutions for villages and towns, where roll out will be developed with the authorities in Mozambique.

We look forward to working with Jan on these exciting projects as JER contributes in a small way to achieving the planet’s goal of Net Zero by 2050.

Jan Oberholzer is also the chairman of South African IPP, Mulilo Energy Holdings. The two companies have found no conflict of interest between JER and Mulilo in the appointment.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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