Mitie acquires Rock Power Connections

Mitie has bolstered its high voltage, new connections and electric vehicle (EV) capabilities with the acquisition of Independent Connections Provider (IPC), Rock Power Connections Limited.

The acquisition shall enable Mitie to supply new connections to the electric grid, high voltage assets renewals, and end-to-end electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions for both existing and new customers.

Rock has nationwide specialises and coverage in the look and installing new high voltage electricity supplies, the renewal of industrial and commercial customers’ electrical assets around 132kV, for both commercial and industrial customers, and EV charging installation for non-residential blue-chip customers.

The acquisition builds on Mitie’s existing EV infrastructure support, having already delivered thousands of EV charging points for an easy selection of end-users and customers. Having an increasing demand for high voltage rapid chargers and new connections to the grid, Rock’s expertise will enable Mitie to make sure that its customers have the proper cabling and power systems set up to aid their EV transition ambitions.

Carlo Alloni, Managing Director, Technical Integrated and Services Facilities Management, Mitie, said:  “With the sale of new diesel and petrol cars set to get rid of by 2030, the UK’s transition to electric vehicles will accelerate on the next decade. However, to make sure that the proceed to zero carbon transport is really a success, it is essential we have the proper infrastructure in place to aid rapid charging at scale. This acquisition of Rock Power Connections Limited allows us to create on our EV and high voltage power capabilities which, coupled with our technical services expertise and national scale, will enable us to help expand support both Rock and Mitie customers making use of their decarbonisation journeys.”

The continuing business will undoubtedly be built-into Mitie’s Technical Services division, supporting its broader  Plan Zero  and Green Projects services. Rock’s co-founders Matt Kev and Crampton Sankar will both be joining Mitie.

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