ChargePoint Services Ltd (CPS) brings together high calibre expertise
from across a range of industries to provide outstanding electric vehicle experience
and an unrivalled security based software development team.
The ChargePoint Services management team have many years experience with electric vehicles and charging solutions.
Customer Service Director
The ChargePoint Services Board
Alex is an internationally focused Managing Director with specialist hands-on experience of the zero emission (cross electric/H2 tech segment) vehicle (ZEV) transport and EV infrastructure sector. He has over 18 years’ experience in cutting edge sustainable transport, emissions and energy markets. Alex is one of the most experienced, technically aware and sales driven “clean tech” senior directors in Europe. As CEO and founder of ChargePoint Services Ltd, within two years the company had secured best private sector performance status by winning the contract for the 2012 London Olympics, and went on to project manage Ecotricity’s Electric Highway.
Formerly MD of Vectrix UK Ltd, he played a key role with investor relations in securing funding pre and post IPO. During the launch of the world’s first production high performance zero emission motorbike, he developed and implemented the route to market with an aggressive build out of the dealer network. Under his leadership, Vectrix UK achieved sales domination outperforming all other regions and a 400% uplift in growth in year two.
Alex has established long-term relationships with key UK Government departments, DOT, TFL & EST, as well driving strategic partnerships for fuel/energy infrastructure. He creates and executes innovative market focussed strategies, and is highly successful and aggressive in placing cutting edge products with early adopters in the Business to Business, and Business to Consumer sectors while simultaneously producing consolidation of quality hardware manufacturer and fuel supply partners ensuring long term success.
Now a writer and commentator on the worldwide transition to clean energy, Chris was formerly a partner in Enders Analysis. Enders is the UK’s leading research firm in media and telecommunications. He has published five books on energy and sustainability that have won awards and been widely translated.
Chris is also an active investor in clean technologies and is currently the Writer in Residence at Imperial College Business School. He has a degree in economics from Cambridge University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Richard is an entrepreneur who has started, led and exited several tech businesses. In 1982 he founded his first business, Braid, a worldwide pioneer in financial messaging, and led it until its sale in 1999, and it is now part of IBM. In 2000, he founded Dovetail, a banking payments system vendor, which he has led as chairman. Since 2001 he has been an active angel investor, and as well as being founding investor and chairman of CPS, he chairs two companies: Century (EdTech) and Thought Machine (FinTech) and sits as a non-executive director on the board of Nyle (air-source heat pump manufacturer). He is an investor in IQ Capital and sits on their LP and Investment Advisory Committees. Richard is also a Cambridge Angel, and has a degree from Cambridge University.
Ed Stacey has been active in technology venture capital for over 20 years. He was one of the first investors into Autonomy, and has been instrumental in the growth and subsequent exit or IPO, of a number of UK technology companies since. He is a founding partner of IQ Capital Partners, a Cambridge venture capital firm focused on deep-tech investments, responsible for the technology side of portfolio companies, investment strategy and general investment activity.
Ed started his career in electronic engineering, followed by operational experience in manufacturing, after which he joined a Cambridge based technology and management consultancy where he worked on a number of projects in the UK, Germany and Sweden, and built up the technology due diligence practice.
Geoff was the co-founder with Richard Little of Braid Systems Ltd in 1982. Following senior executives roles at Reuters and then as Director of the Terence Chapman Group, he was for 10 years Chief Information Officer of City based global broking firm Tullett Prebon. He is currently Director of and advisor to several unlisted businesses. Geoff has a degree in mathematics from Cambridge University