The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) issued a tender through the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) dynamic purchasing system to procure electric vehicle charging infrastructure for 45 prison sites to support its growing number of electric fleet vehicles. Four suppliers were selected to carry out works across the 45 sites, including Connected Kerb.
Connected Kerb hosted a panel, a “live case study”, with Commercial Crown Service and VolkerSmart Technologies to take the audience through the project from what the rational was for electrifying the MoJ fleet to procurement to installations so other central government entities, fleet managers, local authorities can learn from our experience.
This project has set the tone for further roll outs across other central government entities, and a template that others can follow to migrate fleets to EVs. To find out more, fill out the contact form to access the webinar recording.
Kim Harrison, Senior Category Lead, Fleet, Crown Commercial Service
Kim has worked in public sector commercial roles for more than 12 years, including in further education, health and government. Kim has specialised in Fleet for the past 8 years, with CCS and as part of the wider Government Commercial Organisation.
Stephen Rennie, Sales Director, Connected Kerb
Stephen has worked in the electric vehicle industry in Scotland for the last 10 years. Initially this was spend with the Energy Saving Trust, setting up and managing grant schemes for domestic, workplace and local authority chargepoints. After a time managing the transport team in Scotland, Stephen moved to consulting and delivered projects on car club feasibility, biodiesel, CNG and EVs with Transport and Travel Research.
Nick Haskins, Technical Sales Manager, VolkerSmart Technologies
Nick brings with him 30+ years in leading business development/technical teams in understanding many of the national and regional government initiatives many of which have been the first of their type in the U.K. These covered a wide variety of construction delivery frameworks and initiatives and covered areas such as housing both private and social, commercial development, energy and infrastructure. More recently with Volker Smart Technologies (VST) an over-arching division within Volker Wessels UK & Europe he has been looking at the technologies and built environment initiatives commonly included within the “Smart Cities agenda. VST has been at the forefront of these discussions providing project development, long term trials, funding, design, installation and term maintenance solutions.
Jonathan Bower, Head of Sales, Connected Kerb - Moderator
Having started his sales career at Rank Xerox, Jonathan has worked in most sales roles from business development through to sales director at IT companies, telecoms, Sony PlayStation, IT disposal companies, IT consultancy & recruitment.
If you want to find out more about how you can lead the charge in electrifying your fleet, fill up the form to access the recording of the webinar that took place on the 25th of April 2021.
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