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myenergi shortlisted in national technology awards

Jordan Brompton driving Tesla

Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO of eco-smart tech pioneer myenergi, has been announced as a finalist in the ‘entrepreneur’ category at this year’s FDM everywoman in Technology Awards.

Aiming to shine a spotlight on the sector’s most exceptional talent, the awards celebrate women at every stage of their career journey. Recognising their ambition, innovative thinking and commitment to making a positive impact, each finalist has been chosen for their relentless drive to inspire others.

A true industry disruptor, the judges were impressed by Jordan’s leading role in the international growth of myenergi –  best known for developing our zappi device, the world’s first eco-smart EV charger. In just over 5 years, we have grown to staff numbers in excess of 300, with more than 3,000 approved installers and subsidiaries worldwide. During the past year alone, our profitability has increased by more than 2,000%.

myenergi new headquarters
myenergi’s new state-of-the-art headquarters in North East Lincolnshire

Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO at myenergi, commented:

Jordan Brompton
Co-Founder & Chief Marketing Officer, Jordan Brompton

“When we founded myenergi, the vision was simple – create a positive impact, push the boundaries of possibility and change the world through pioneering green technology. As society transitions away from fossil fuels and towards the zero-carbon world of tomorrow, we want to provide the technologies to make eco-smart home management simple and achievable. Our innovative products are built on a commitment to circularity and a vision of sustainability for generations to come.

“Being shortlisted in the FDM everywoman in Technology Awards is a real honour. I’m looking forward to telling my story, sharing myenergi’s vision and using the opportunity as a platform to inspire more women to take up roles in the tech industry.”

 

 

A representative at the everywoman in Technology Awards, added:

 “Jordan is a true leader in the sector and is committed to leading the UK’s transition to electrification. Her journey, story, passion and enthusiasm has built a global following of eco-savvy consumers, who are each playing their part in the renewable revolution.

“Jordan is an advocate for women in business and an ambassador for the technology industry. Her work has inspired thousands of women to take up roles in STEM.”

For more information about our journey, read our story.

For more information about this year’s FDM everywoman in Technology Awards, visit www.everywomanforum.com.

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