Hoeg-Hagensen was largely responsible for the dale of the company in October 2012 to the energy and telecommunications group Syd Energi.
“It has been a great pleasure for me to be a part of three important years for Stofa. With the sale to SE and the first part of the merger over I know that my role is over,” said Hoeg-Hagensen in a statement.
Niels Duedahl, managing director, SE, said he was disappointed at the departure: “I would have liked Klaus to continue leading Stofa. He has very cleverly managed to develop Stofa into a strong market contender contender in the market for Internet, television and telephone, that was attractive to SE.”
Stofa serves some 375,000 Danish households with cable TV and almost 200,000 with broadband. It sells its services both direct to customers and through about 300 antenna associations around the country.
Hoeg-Hagensen is not believed to have any immediate plans.