I’m a fully qualified electrician specialising in EV chargepoint installations throughout Warwickshire.
In recent years I have been working for a leading EV manufacturer. This has provided me with the very best technical knowledge and qualifications, enabling me to install EV infrastructure at your home or business.
On leaving school I was a ‘Large Machines Electrical Indentured Apprentice’ working at GEC in Rugby. Whilst there, I worked upon my first EV - albeit an Electrical Diesel Propulsion System for a Type 23 Frigate!
Upon completing my electrical engineering EITB, BTEC apprenticeship and City & Guilds electrician training, I moved to Rugby Cement in the 1990's. I worked as Electrician within Rugby Cement’s Maintenance Department, where I started to get involved with Electrical Controls, Automation and Installation work.
I maintained this throughout my career, culminating in being a Controls Electrician engineer at LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company).
Today, LEVC produce the new range of Electric London Taxis and the all-new VN5 commercial vehicle. It was whilst there that I started to look after and install the sites charging infrastructure, as well as looking after the automation that produces the LEVC vehicles.
I formed Warwickshire EV in order to facilitate the growing demand for home charging that is now being called for.
I hold the JIB Gold Card (also known as the ECS Gold Card) which means I am a qualified installation electrician. Warwickshire EV is a full scope member of NAPIT “National Association Professional Inspectors Testers”
I can undertake and deliver upon Domestic Commercial and Industrial projects.
From being a small child, I have always had an interest in engineering, with a particular fascination with steam locomotives and motor racing.
I was fortunate to take this interest of heavy engineering into my working life, via what is now considered to be the old apprentice journeyman route.
My interest in motorsport (both motorcycle racing and Formula One) has taken me all over the world and have been fortunate to have watched F1 from the pit lane as a guest of the FIA.
I also find it interesting that both the railways and motorsport have become electrified, so if history tells us anything, electric vehicles will become the future for our everyday life.