GE's Offshore Wind CEO is replaced internally

Danish Anders Søe-Jensen, who has thus far served as GE Offshore Wind CEO, is now moving down in rank as the Chief Executive position is handed on to a veteran of the company.

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A familiar face at GE will now take the reins as Chief Executive Officer of GE Offshore Wind. As such, Danish Anders Søe-Jensen only served as CEO for a limited period after the offshore wind company was created earlier this year when GE acquired Alstom.

Now John Lavelle from the US will be the new CEO of GE Offshore Wind. Lavelle has a professional background at GE of 33 years with positions such as heading the businesses Global Project Operations and Gasification Business. His international track record includes leading GE divisions in China, Australia, and New Zealand.

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