Juliet Davenport is to stand down as chief executive of Good Energy and the company has appointed an executive search firm to recruit a new chief executive with proven experience in growing digital businesses. Davenport will become a non-executive director of Good Energy and its subsidiary Zap-Map. She will remain chief executive during the formal process to find a replacement.
Davenport said: “As the industry moves from a world of megawatts to megabytes it is time to bring a fresh approach to taking the company forward, making it an optimal time for this transition. I look forward to supporting the new CEO when they are appointed to assist with the transition to a true mid 21st century energy as a service business, in a world moving faster towards zero carbon.”
Davenport founded Good Energy two decades ago. It now has over 50MW of solar and wind assets and a 100% renewable supply business. It recently announced new capabilities in electric vehicles, spearheaded by Zap-Map, in the strategic development of mobility as a service and a fully vertically integrated business model.
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