EV Charging / 2019
Rolec EV And Integral Combine StrengthsMay 21st 2019
Rolec EV, one of Europe’s largest EV charge point manufacturers, and Integral, one of the UK’s leading engineering companies, have teamed up to provide a nationwide EV charging installation solution on an unprecedented scale.
Rolec’s MD, Kieron Alsop, commented: “We are delighted to be collaborating with such a well-established and respected engineering company as Integral. The combined strengths of Rolec EV and Integral enable us to deliver large scale EV charging installation projects, and after-sales and maintenance support, as well as offering a comprehensive EV charging network management service covering the whole of the UK”.
Alsop continued: “With our current EV charging portfolio offering Europe’s largest range of EV charging products, smart back office platforms, and pay-to-charge solutions, Rolec EV is well placed to support Integral and its ambitions to become the largest EV charge point installer in the UK”.
Steve Dickinson, Integral’s Programme Director, commented: “After many months of discussions, negotiations and Rolec EV specific product training we now have over 50 Integral engineers, fully EV charge-point installation trained to City & Guilds 2919 industry standards.
“With Integral being part of JLL, one of the world’s largest facilities management companies, we already have a significant client base in which to introduce our national EV charge point service. We will look to rapidly expand this client base, and in turn increase the numbers of Integral EV charge point engineers accordingly”.
Dickinson continued: “We would also like to say a big thank you to YESSS Electrical who hosted the EV charge point training courses at their Rolec sponsored training facilities in Yorkshire”.
- For more details about the Rolec EV/Integral nationwide EV charge point installation service please call Gary Frost on 01205 724754 or email email@example.com
The picture above shows (left to right) Steve Dickinson (Programme Director, Integral), Gary Frost (Key Accounts Manager, Rolec EV) and Declan Murphy (Yesss Electrical).