Fallin-based electrical contractor Stirling Electrical Services Ltd. celebrated the official launch of our new Electric Vehicle (EV) Charge Point Installation service on Monday 17th February.
Formed in 1996, the company have a large client base throughout Scotland carrying out electrical and security system work in homes and businesses.
The new EV charge point service is fully approved by both UK and Scottish Government grant assistance schemes OLEV and Energy Savings Trust, enabling Stirling Electrical Services Ltd. clients to apply for financial assistance for the installation of a new EV charge point at their home.
After many months of preparation company director Scott McLean said “The EV industry is an exciting opportunity for us, we have invested heavily in training and qualifications for our EV team and our office-based and electrical teams have worked tirelessly to prepare for the launch of this new service.
It is approaching 5 years since Stirling Electrical Services Ltd. launched our security systems division, ‘Stirling Alarms’ and everyone is excited to bring our new EV service to the local area."
The company have launched a new website www.stirlingEV.co.uk to provide current or soon-to-be owners of electric vehicles with information and guidance on the process of having a new EV charge point installed for their vehicle.
Across our electrical and security system services we currently have opportunities available for qualified electricians and security system engineers to join our team.
Vacancy information is available at www.stirlingelectrical.co.uk/recruitment
At the start of each month I take a look back at the previous month's weather information for Stirling.
More historical weather stats can be found on the Stirling Weather website.
As well as the main weather website, Facebook and Twitter, in the Stirling Observer published each Wednesday I look back and take a look ahead to what the Stirling Weather has in store for us.
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