On the move: Peter Emery to retire as ENW Chief Executive Officer

In a round-up of sector job moves, Electricity North West Limited will see Peter Emery retire as Chief Executive Officer, Tom Moloughney join ZipCharge’s new Product Advisory Board, and REE Automotive’s Josh Tech, steps up from operations and manufacturing executive to become their chief operations officer.

Electricity North West Limited

The board of directors of Electricity North West Limited has announced their chief executive officer, Peter Emery, has announced his intention to retire. The board has already started the search for a new chief executive officer.

Alistair Buchanan, chairman of Electricity North West, said: “Pete has contributed immensely to the success of the organisation over the past six years. He has led the business into developing a comprehensive business plan for 2023-28 that will help the North West meet its target of achieving net zero. His leadership will be greatly missed.”


ZipCharge has announced the formation of a Product Advisory Board and the signing of its first member, electric vehicle and charging expert, Tom Moloughney.

Tom said: “It’s my honour to be joining the ZipCharge Product Advisory Board. I truly believe in their ambitions to democratise EV ownership and the role ZipCharge can play in a future of smarter, distributed energy. I’m delighted to lend my experience of EV ownership and charging to support the development of the ZipCharge Go. I’ve advised major electric vehicle OEMs as well as EV infrastructure networks on charging, sales and user experience and I’m looking forward to doing the same for ZipCharge.”

REE Automotive

REE Automotive has announced the appointment of operations and manufacturing executive, Josh Tech, as the company’s chief operations officer (COO). Josh joins REE after serving on Tesla’s Operations Leadership Team as Head of the New Product/Manufacturing Introduction group.

Josh said: “I am thrilled to join REE based on the revolutionary nature of the product and how it enables a massive shift towards global commercial vehicle electrification. I look forward to playing an important role in bringing this groundbreaking technology to market and helping lead the company through this important period of growth.”

Image: courtesy Electricity North West Limited

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