CONGRATULATIONS to Jason Simpson (left), who is the new CEO of RAW Charging, one of the UK’s fastest growing public EV charge point operators,
Jason succeeds Bruce Galliford, who has decided to step back after successfully founding and growing RAW Charging into a leading player in the UK destination EV charging space.
RAW Charging specialises in investing, installing and operating fully funded destination charging solutions for hospitality, leisure and retail locations working in partnership with commercial property landlords and operators such as National Trust, Greene King, McArthurGlen, Brent Cross, Abrdn, and Aviva Investors.
Jason is an experienced executive, having held senior leadership positions in the renewable energy and connectivity sectors for over two decades including most recently founding Believ (formerly Liberty Charge) one of the leading charge point operators for on-street residential EV charging.
The business said that Jason’s long-held passion for the space will drive him to lead the company through its next phase of growth working closely with its impressive roster of commercial property owners and operators of go-to destinations.
RAW Charging is a member of the newly launched industry body called ChargeUK.
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