myenergi appoints Tom Callow as head of external affairs

myenergi, pioneer of the world’s first eco-smart EV charger, has announced the appointment of Tom Callow as Head of External Affairs. Joining the business of bp pulse, Callow is widely regarded as a leading voice in the electric vehicle industry.

With over fourteen years of experience in senior strategic and operational roles, Callow has worked with some of the world’s leading automotive and electrification brands. Most recently, he was Head of Knowledge and External Affairs at bp pulse, with responsibility for both monitoring and influencing the regulatory landscape, as well as representing the business to a wide range of external stakeholders from around the world. sector.

Previously, he was Head of External Communications at Cox Automotive (formerly Manheim UK) and helped build the brand’s national profile as a leading provider of automotive auction, defleet, remarketing and retail operations. . Having started his agency career, Callow has been involved in groundbreaking low carbon, clean technology and electrification programs for over a decade.

In his new role, Callow will lead myenergi’s engagement with policy and regulation, as well as leading a wide range of public relations initiatives.

Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO of myenergi, commented: “As a renowned EV expert, I have known Tom for several years. His reputation in automotive and electrification is simply unmatched, so we are delighted to welcome him to the team.

“Since myenergi was founded in 2016, the business has grown steadily. We now employ over 350 team members in the UK, with growing teams globally and now branch offices. operational in Australia, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands Earlier this year we shipped our 350,000th unit – a milestone for our rapidly growing global business.

“Tom’s appointment demonstrates our commitment to further develop the team with some of the most ambitious and respected leaders in the industry. I look forward to working closely together to further drive our policy and regulatory engagement activity over the coming months.

Commenting on his nomination, Callow added: “Having followed the myenergi story almost from the start, I have greatly admired what Jordan, Lee and the rest of the team have accomplished in such a short time. As someone with a background in the automotive industry, I have been acutely aware for many years of the need to move to zero emission vehicles and believe that myenergi is really leading the way.

“In my new role, my goal is to ensure that myenergi is not only recognized for its fantastic zappi EV charger, but more generally becomes synonymous with smart home energy technology. Indeed, with the largest share of household emissions coming from heating, the decarbonization of homes is of paramount importance.

Shirlene J. Manley