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RAW Charging expands leadership team as it eyes growth

RAW Charging is looking to install 10,000 charging points in next three years. Image: Raw Charging.

RAW Charging is looking to install 10,000 charging points in next three years. Image: Raw Charging.

Electric vehicle (EV) chargepoint operator RAW Charging has expanded its leadership team, as it eyes rapid growth.

It has internally promoted Andy Gray, who is moving from ground control to general manager, as well as Steve Holmes joining the company from Clarke EV as programme director and Paul Booth joining as business development director from Shell Ubitricity.

The company is also expanding its wider team, with Helen Masters joining from EB Charging and Nash Ansar from Shell Ubitricity.

“We are delighted to have Andy, Steve, Paul, Helen and Nash joining the team at RAW,” said Bruce Galliford, CEO, RAW Charging.

“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.”

In January, the company appointed ex-energy minister Tim Eggar as a non-executive chairman.

The further expansion of the team follows RAW Charing raising £250 million from private equity firm Antin Infrastructure Partners in its latest fundraising round earlier this month.

It has recently launched charging facilities at the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet York and Crown Point Shopping Park in Leeds, having invested approximately £200,000 in Yorkshire EV infrastructure over the last six months.

Beyond this it has launched a Charge Yard facility in Slough and worked on a number of Greene King and Aviva sites.

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