ELLAND UK: Waxman Energy, specialist distributor in the renewable energies sector enters the EV car charging market with new Rolec EV partnership.
A division of Rolec Services, Rolec EV design, manufacture and supply one of the largest and most comprehensive range of electric vehicle charging pedestals, wall units and stations in Europe. As demand for electric vehicle charging points is on the increase, Waxman Energy are pleased to partner with Rolec EV as they branch out into this exciting new market.
Based in Boston, Lincolnshire, Rolec EV have manufactured over 75,000 charging points to date, many of which have been branded to suit corporate client requirements. Waxman Group Chairman, Richard Waxman commented “It is not often in business to find such a proactive and professional company as Rolec, offering both excellent products and support. We are delighted to have become their Northern Distribution Partner and Waxman very much look forward to working with them to develop what is surely one of today's most exciting markets - EV chargers."
Waxman Energy Ltd
Waxman Energy Ltd. is part of the Waxman Group, offering high-quality energy solutions for both private and commercial sectors. As an independent distributor, they work with some of the world’s leading brands and offer technical help, a bespoke design and quotation service and a friendly customer support team.
As well as stocking the full range of Rolec EV charging units, Waxman Energy have a newly renovated showroom with a variety of Rolec products, including WallPods and pedestals such as the Quantum and BasicCharge on display.
Kieron Alsop, Managing Director of Rolec EV, commented: “As part of our partnership with Waxman Energy, we have created an EV charging industry centre of excellence, which will include a bespoke charge point showroom featuring a comprehensive range of charging solutions, as well as a purpose built installation training facility managed in association with NAPIT.”
Held in Waxman’s accredited training centre at Grove Mills, West Yorkshire, Waxman Training Academy will be offering the City and Guilds Level 3 Award in Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (2919-01-02). In association with NAPIT, the course provides the next step for installers wanting to progress in the electrical technology sector. Benefiting from being OLEV compliant, contractors who have completed the course are able to apply for OLEV registration, which offers grant funding against the installation of Rolec EV charging points. More information on the course can be found by visiting the Waxman Training Academy website.
For more information: www.waxmanenergy.co.uk