AN ELECTRICAL engineering business founded in Swindon is one of the main sponsors of a major south west summit.

Sinewave will sponsor the 2021 EV World Congress and the EVIES awards on October 19 and 20.

The company works heavily on electric vehicle charging and aims to reduce its carbon footprint as much as possible, so it decided to throw its backing behind the event.

Major players in the transport industry, including BP, FirstBus, ESP, Bristol Airport, Volkswagen Group, will be taking part in the Bristol conference as well as overseas contributors sharing their experiences and thoughts from The California Energy Commission and the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.

Sinewave has been invited to join the event's advisory board and a panel discussion live at the event as well as offer a keynote speech around the topics.

The company, founded in Swindon in 2015, is an electrical engineering business which is forecasting a tripling in size during 2021/22 and again in 2022/23.

This year alone, the company has expanded from 28 to almost 50 employees and are continuing to recruit.

It is privately owned and provides services to the electric vehicle, residential, commercial and renewables sectors.

Founder and CEO Adam Woodley said: "We see the EV World Congress as an opportunity to learn move about the electric vehicle space, and share what we know.

"As an independent connection provider working across all sectors from petrol forecourts to bus garages, public sector to destination locations we see our challenges and those of our customers.

"We are looking forward to both sharing our experiences as well as learning from those of others."

Conference producer George Turner said: "We're delighted to have the backing of Sinewave. One of the leading installers of EV chargers in the UK, and one of the earliest entrants as an ICP Sinewave's experience is valuable to the industry so having them on board as a sponsor, speaker and panel member will enhance the event"

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