Shayne Rees

Head of Marketing cha.rgy

Shayne is Head of Marketing at, a provider of public electric vehicle charging to communities of drivers who can’t use their home electricity supply to charge their cars.
Most of his career focused on marketing EDF’s range of low-carbon energy solutions to businesses and the public sector. He draws on this experience to help play a big part in the electrification of transport and its crucial role in delivering the UK’s Net Zero 2050 goal.

Prior to joining, Shayne led the UK sales and marketing team at ubitricity and helped the company grow into the UK’s largest public charging networks by number of charge points.

My Speaker Sessions

Tuesday 14 June 2022


Can I charge here? Meh or must have.

10:30 - 11:00 Showcase Theatre

How to tell whether providing EV charging is relevant to your parking offer and what to do next. Today, even with +30,000 public chargers, it’s still quite a treat for EV drivers to find charging is available in places they park away from home.  Depending on the journey and type of driver, this can be:• Meh: charging is incidental and a nice to have but the driver would have visited your location regardless ; • Must have: charging is critical factor in the driver’s decision to choose your location over another.

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