Electric vehicle charge point supplier Evolt has bolstered its team by adding ex-Energy Saving Trust expert Stephen Rennie as its business development manager for Scotland.
During his time at Energy Saving Trust Rennie served as its programme manager for EVs, helping deliver 16 low-carbon transport programmes including the delivering of loan funds, fleet advice and driver training.
Evolt is a recent addition to EST’s Scottish framework agreement for EV charging points, and Rennie will work on the programme alongside both central and local government, Transport Scotland, and other associated businesses.
Justin Meyer, general manager at Evolt, said of Rennie’s appointment: “He has proven to be a serious influencer in the Scottish EV charge point market ever since Transport Scotland began offering grants in 2011.
“We are confident that he can use that in-depth knowledge and passion to ensure Evolt continues to be the number one charge point supplier in Scotland.”
Devon-based renewables firm Source CHP is seeking an electrician to work from its headquarters in South Molton. The full-time position will encompass work in solar PV, biomass, heat pumps, CHP installations and efficiency technologies such as LED lighting.
Essential qualifications include NVQ L3 Electrotechncial Services, City and Guilds 2382 (17th Edition), City and Guilds 2391 2392 or 2394 2395 Inspection and Testing, while knowledge and experience of working with the aforementioned technologies is desirable.
More information, including how to apply, can be found here.
Meanwhile Lawyers at legal firm Stephens Scown LLP have gained the Galileo Master Certificate for the renewables and energy efficiency sectors in order to help them offer better advice to their clients.
The master certificate is an internationally recognised qualification based on technology, science and engineering, and seven of Stephens Scown’s energy team undertook the qualification.
“I’m really proud of the team for pushing themselves and keeping up to date with the latest developments and science in renewables through this qualification.
“It is another demonstration of our commitment to our clients. Ensuring we are up to date with the latest technical information as well as the legal issues means we can provide the very best advice to our clients,” Sonya Beford, head of the renewable energy team at Stephens Scown, said.