SAE Renewables CFO on Transformational 2023 Results and Future (VIDEO)

In this interview, SAE Renewables (LON:SAE), Chief Financial Officer, Simon Hirst, offers insights into the company’s remarkable financial results for the year ending 31st December 2023. Hirst touches on key achievements since 2019, such as strategic initiatives and financial restructuring, which have set the stage for future opportunities in their projects. He also discusses the company’s new strategic direction and its implications for future profitability and growth.

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