We’re delighted to announce that InstaVolt Non-Executive Director, Dorothy Thompson, has been nominated in the prestigious Non-Executive Director Awards within the ‘Private/Private Equity Backed Company’ category.

The award, sponsored by Santander Corporate & Investment Banking, recognises Non-Executive Directors who have contributed to the organisation’s strategy and financial outcomes, supported the business in overcoming challenges since sitting on the board, all while demonstrating high ethical standards and sound corporate governance. The winners will be announced at the Non-Executive Director Awards Ceremony on Thursday 21st March.

Dorothy Thompson took up her position as Non-Executive Director at InstaVolt in November 2022 and has since had a significant impact on the business’ growth. Dorothy’s extensive experience in the power and renewable energy sector, stemming from her role as CEO at one of Britain’s largest energy companies, has been beneficial in supporting InstaVolt with its energy procurement strategy. Furthermore, her vast knowledge from working with large plcs such as Rotork and Eaton Corporation has been invaluable in providing InstaVolt guidance to develop its environmental and sustainability strategy.

Dorothy’s previous roles span a number of sectors. Until late 2022 Dorothy was a Non-Executive Director on the Court of the Bank of England for 8 years and in 2013, she was appointed a Commander of the British Empire.

Dorothy Thompson comments: “I’m honoured to be recognised in the Non-Executive Director Awards for my work with InstaVolt. The future of EV adoption is fundamental to supporting our country’s goals to reach net zero, and I am delighted to form part of InstaVolt’s ambitions to accelerate its roll out of innovative and reliable infrastructure across the UK and Europe.”

Adrian Pike, Chairman at InstaVolt said: “We’re delighted to see Dorothy recognised for her work as a Non-Executive Director at InstaVolt. Our Non-Executive Directors are fundamental to the growth of our business, as they’re able to independently check and scrutinise, while providing shrewd business insight from working across various industries.

“Despite having been on the board for less than two years, Dorothy has already made a valuable impact, sharing her experiences and insights into energy procurement and sustainability; challenging and inspiring the management team whilst supporting our goals to become the largest charge point operator in Europe. We look forward to continuing our working relationship with her as part of our Board.”

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