A lot has been written recently about the need to boost the charging infrastructure in the UK to enable us to speed up the adoption of EVs. This of course is true but the number of companies active in the space has massively increased and numbers of charging stations is on the up. This is set to rise exponentially.
An important point is the one raised about the skills gap for this new technology. This of course is a key area for us at Hyperion. We have helped a number of EV charging companies to recruit top talent in order to get their businesses to the next level and excel in this new marketplace. When launching into a new country or scaling your business it is vitally important to recruit the right people who can take you to where you want to go. This is what we excel at. If you need to recruit top talent into your organisation please get in touch to see how Hyperion can help you.
Steve Mash, chief executive at IMI, said: “Much more needs to be done if the UK is to realise the £51 billion contribution from new vehicle technologies that the government is pursuing by 2030. That is contingent upon the UK being a leading player, but we must start with the basics by ensuring that we have the infrastructure and skills base to support motorists making an easy transition from petrol and diesel to electric and hybrid.