Yoav Zingher is a well-known British entrepreneur, technologist, financier and angel investor across multiple industries, green energy in particular. He, among others, was the founder and CEO of Kiwi Power – the UK’s leading smart grid company. Zingher has just become a member of the International Advisory Board of Codibly, a technology and consulting company located in Poland, that focuses on digital sustainability solutions for the Energy and Utilities industry.
Codibly specializes in innovative technologies dedicated to efficient management and use of energy. The company creates smart grid solutions and systems for energy storage management, smart batteries, energy efficiency, solar and wind turbine farms, and other technologies supporting digital sustainability.
Step by step, Codibly gains a stronger position in the energy and utilities market, which is confirmed by the increasing number of new business partners of the company. Only within the last twelve months, Codibly concluded partnership agreements with U.S. companies like PA Consulting and Electriq Power.
Apart from new partners, industry leaders are another force that strengthens and accelerates Codibly’s development. Yoav Zingher is among them, with numerous, notable achievements in his career, including successful business projects like Kiwi Power, sold in 2018. Yoav also worked as an expert with the UK Government and National Grid, to shape British energy policy in terms of developing and financing some of the largest Tesla battery projects in the UK. Currently, he’s acting as a business angel, investing in technology companies with the energy industry potential– especially those focused on renewable energy.
“I’m really excited to welcome Yoav Zingher to his new role as International Advisory Board Member here at Codibly. We’ve been working together for almost 10 years and Yoav influenced us to focus on delivering technology & innovation within the renewables sector. Yoav will play a key role helping us pursue our growth plan within the renewables sector” says Bartosz Majewski, CEO of Codibly.