Rock Power Connections Becomes Rolec Accredited Installer

Rock Power Connections Becomes Rolec Accredited Installer

West Midlands Independent Connections Provider [ICP], Rock Power Connections, has secured an official accreditation to install Rolec Electrical Vehicle [EV] charging points.

Rolec EV is a division of Rolec Services, which specialises in the design and manufacture of a comprehensive range of EV charging solutions. 

In securing the official Rolec accreditation, Rock Power Connections can now install a range of fast and rapid chargers to meet the demands of businesses and their customers. 

For larger installations, or for companies with restricted spare capacity, the Worcester based ICP can also design and install a new connection from the distribution network making it a hassle-free process, supporting the firm’s aim to become the ‘go to’ EV charging installation and infrastructure partner across the region, 

Rock Power Connections’ additional accreditation with the OLEV workplace charging scheme provides financial support at £500 a socket for up to 20 sockets. This is a welcome incentive for businesses looking to install workplace chargers for their employees or electrify their work fleet.

Emma Chetwynd Jarvis, Electrical Connections Manager for Rock Power Connections, confirms, “Rock Power Connections is delighted to have become an accredited installer of Rolec EV, particularly as this enables us to supply our customers with the very latest in EV charging technology.”

“Demand for EV charging points is increasing at a rapid pace, as companies make the switch from petrol and diesel to electric vehicles. By working closely with Rolec, we will be able to keep pace with this increasing demand, whilst making the process as seamless as possible, by liaising with the Distribution Network Operator [DNO] to obtain a Point of Connection and in designing a solution that meets individual needs.”

Having achieved ‘Small Business of the Year’ at the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce Awards 2019, the family-run organisation aims to increase its market share within the EV charing space, whilst helping as many businesses and organisations make the switch to EV. 

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