AceOn Group Announces Two Major New Appointments

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, AceOn Group has grown its team in the West Midlands through two new hires, contributing to green jobs in the region.

New recruits

AceOn Group, the Battery, Solar Power and Energy Storage specialists, recently announced that they have appointed Richard Partington as Managing Director of AceOn Products LTD, AceOn Group newest company, and Greig Young as Chairman with both being involved with AceOn Groups other operations.

Richard Partington was the Managing Director of Telford & Wrekin Council and during his time in charge of the Council, he:

  • Introduced a very successful new Commercial Strategy which brought in more income to offset significant Government cuts to their funding.
  • Led the development of a major commercial solar farm.
  • Has led and overseen many other successful initiatives including the Southwater Town Centre development.
  • Established the Council’s Housing Company NuPlace.

Greig Young has had a highly successful career in the private sector. He:

  • has over 30 years’ experience of, and expertise in, financial services, telecommunications/media, customer services, retail and global sales and marketing.
  • Has had Senior executive and director roles at IBM Global Services and Concentrix over the past 8 years where he successfully led multiple projects, securing in excess of £600M of new revenue.

Richard and Greig join Mark Thompson and Alex Thompson, the Directors and two of the co-founders of AceOn, on the Group’s Board. Mark and Alex have over 25 years’ experience in the battery industry.

AceOn was established in 2009 and has built a strong and positive reputation as being specialists in solar and battery technology, particularly the development of bespoke, custom-built battery packs. Companies and organisations that AceOn currently supply include the MOD, BT and Rolls Royce.

The company

AceOn was established in 2009 and has built a strong and positive reputation as being specialists in solar and battery technology, particularly the development of bespoke, custom-built battery packs. Companies and organisations that AceOn currently supply include the MOD, BT and Rolls Royce.

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