Globeleq Releases its 2020 Sustainability Report

LONDON – 3 September 2021: Globeleq, the leading independent power producer solely focused on Africa, has released its company-wide 2020 Sustainability Report and supporting reports for its activities in Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Cameroon and Cote d’Ivoire.

Last year marked the release of the inaugural 2019 Sustainability Reports and these 2020 reports continue to tell our story around approach to sustainability as we Power Africa’s Growth.  The latest reports have improved the quality, expanded metrics and for the first time, will report on year-on-year performance.  They provide an overview of sustainability management and performance across the business during 2020 and highlights how we managed the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mike Scholey, Globeleq’s CEO commented: “Our people and businesses were challenged as they have never been before, and all responded admirably. I thank each and every one for stepping up, keeping our plants running safely and serving our customers. In this global Sustainability Report, and our local reports, we set out our response to the pandemic in 2020 and I am proud of what we did to support our colleagues, customers and communities through the Covid-19 crisis.”

Africa remains a continent where nearly 600 million people do not have access to electricity. Powering Africa’s growth in a sustainable manner is Globeleq’s business and managing the energy transition is continually being evaluated.

For access to all reports, please follow the link.  Please send feedback or additional questions around Globeleq’s sustainability approach and reporting to