RAW Charging, one of the largest UK providers of electric vehicle charging solutions and infrastructure for the UK’s net zero future, is pleased to announce the appointment of a number of new leadership team members.
Previously at Ground Control, Andy Gray has been appointed General Manager, Steve Holmes who joins from Clarke EV as Programme Director and Paul Booth has been appointed Business Development Director coming from Shell Ubitricity. Also joining the wider team is Helen Masters from EB Charging and Nash Ansar also from Shell Ubitricity. Andy, Steve, Paul, Helen and Nash all bring significant expertise having worked in the EV sector and will each play a key role in RAW’s continuing development.
The five new key team members join at a time of rapid growth for RAW following a successful capital fundraise that will support its £250 million electric vehicle installation plan. The raise was funded by Antin Infrastructure Partners, a leading private equity firm focused on infrastructure investments.
RAW has recently launched charging facilities at the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet York and Crown Point Shopping Park in Leeds, investing approximately £200,000 in Yorkshire EV infrastructure over the past 6 months. More widely, RAW has launched the Charge Yard facility in Slough, and has worked on a number of Greene King and Aviva sites across the UK. RAW looks to continue delivering destination charging across the UK and Europe.
Bruce Galliford, CEO, RAW Charging, said:
“We are delighted to have Andy, Steve, Paul, Helen and Nash joining the team at RAW. Their expertise will help us as we look to continue providing destination charging across the UK. We are at an exciting time in our growth trajectory as we rapidly scale-up to provide a once in a generation EV charging opportunity.”