Tritium DCFC Limited, a global developer and manufacturer of direct current fast chargers for electric vehicles (EVs), have announced it has hired three new key executives to help the company continue its global expansion.
Joining Tritium’s leadership team are David Nicholl as Chief Sales Officer, Keith Hutchison as Chief People Officer and Michael R. Collins as General Counsel and Company Secretary.
This announcement follows the appointment of Glen Casey as Chief Operating Officer last month and the news earlier in the week that the company will supply bp with chargers to support its global electric vehicle charging network.
Jane Hunter, Tritium CEO, said: “These appointments are critical building blocks in the continued growth of Tritium. We have our sights set on being the number one fast charging manufacturer in the world and, with the hiring of talented executives like David, Keith and Michael, we expect to be better positioned to accomplish that goal.”
David Nicholl is an established executive who has had repeated success driving record-setting sales and revenue across a variety of roles and companies. Joining Tritium in September as Chief Sales Officer, David Nicholl will lend his more than twenty years of experience in electrification and electric mobility to lead the company’s sales, sales enablement and marketing divisions.
Prior to joining Tritium, David Nicholl has held executive and management roles at Schneider Electric, Philips Lighting and ABB, where he is currently an Executive Vice President for Electrification.
David Nicholl, Tritium Chief Sales Officer, said: “The world is continuing to electrify and Tritium is creating some of the most advanced fast charging technologies on the market to progress global e-mobility. I look forward to working with the company’s management, board and world-class staff to capitalise on the immense opportunities ahead.”
Keith Hutchison is a global human resources (“HR”) leader with over 20 years of experience in the energy industry and joins Tritium from National Grid where he served as Chief HR & Diversity Officer for their North America business since 2016.
In his new role as Chief People Officer, Mr Hutchison’s responsibilities will include the delivery of Tritium’s human resources services, setting the Company’s HR strategy across reward, talent, leadership and culture, and ensuring Tritium has the right people and skills in place.
Keith Hutchison, Tritium Chief People Officer, said: “I’m incredibly excited to join this mission-driven company so relentlessly focused on making a positive change in the world.
“I look forward to building a sustainable and scalable organisational foundation for growth and success in partnership with Tritium’s leadership and staff.”
Michael R. Collins, a seasoned legal professional with experience serving high-profile public companies, has joined the Tritium as General Counsel and Company Secretary.
In his role, Mr Collins will lead the company’s global legal department, collaborating with Tritium’s board of directors, executive team and across all functions to further the company’s strategic business objectives, while mitigating risk and ensuring compliance with applicable laws, regulations and Company policies.
Before joining Tritium, Michael R. Collins served in various legal and business capacities for US publicly traded companies, including ON Semiconductor Corporation and ION Geophysical Corporation.
Michael R. Collins, Tritium General Counsel and Company Secretary, said: “I’m honoured by this opportunity to join Tritium, lead the Company’s legal department and work with Jane, Tritium’s executives and the board as we collectively seek to achieve the Company’s mission to electrify transportation.”