Trojan Energy strengthens team with six new additions
Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure provider Trojan Energy has strengthened its team with six new staff joining the company.
According to the firm, the growth of the team signifies its “ambitions to meet the demand for our technology and our goal of enabling the transition to carbon free transportation”.
Trojan Energy CEO Ian Mackenzie said: “There are few things more exciting than working in a great team with a great purpose. For me the only thing that can ‘up’ that is adding even more fantastic people to that team. We are deliberately very picky employers with the character of those who join us is as important as their experience. So I am delighted to be able to announce (long overdue) our recent hires over the last few months. It is my privilege to welcome them onboard the Trojan Energy team, we will need all their skill, drive and hard work to deliver on our ambitions to ensure everyone benefits from the energy transition.”
The new additions joining Trojan are as follows:
Allan Murray – Senior Systems Engineer
With over 20 years experience in developing and deploying hardware and communications systems all over the world, Allan brings engineering, manufacturing and project management experience to Trojan Energy as we begin the large scale roll out of our technology.
Mira Richter – Senior Design Engineer
Sean Robertson – Project Manager
With significant experience in civil work and project management especially and crucially for Trojan Energy with roads and pavements from his previous role with Bear Scotland, Sean’s experience will support the firm’s ambitions to deliver chargepoints safely and with the least impact of residents.
Suzanne Cowie – Finance Manager
Suzanne is an ACCA qualified accountant with experience of running finance teams worldwide. Having worked in various industries including banking, construction and oil and gas Suzanne is keen to use her knowledge to support the growth of zero carbon technologies.
James Sparks – Head of Customer Experience
With several years of customer services background gained from previous roles such as Area Service Manager for Scotland & Northern Ireland for Tesla, James’s experience will help Trojan fulfil its ambition of delighting customers with exceptional service.
Martin Elliott – Business Development Manager
With over a decade in the EV industry with EDF, including managing the utilisation and publicity of Electric MINI’s connected with the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games, Martin’s sector experience and knowledge will support company development as Trojan look to satisfy customer demand for chargepoints.
In a wide ranging interview Trojan Energy’s Head of Business Development Mark Constable spoke to Transport + Energy about the challenges faced by councils when it comes to the adoption of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, the Transport Decarbonisation Plan, and the types of solutions that can accelerate change.
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