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Initially joining Vector to lead our E-Co Products Group, Colin Daly now leads newly formed Vector PowerSmart which encompasses HRV and PowerSmart Solar operations and, at group level, our strategic marketing, business development, product innovation and technology functions.
Colin brings extensive experience in business and organisational strategy, innovation, customer service and market growth, and has led businesses in B2C, B2B and hybrid channels to market across New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom.
He has a proven track record in building high-performing teams, cultural transformation and the delivery of innovative business strategies leading to significant revenue growth. He is also a member of New Zealand’s Institute of Directors and a director of Hauraki Marine (Burnsco).
Electrified transport is a hot topic currently. The price premium to drive an electric vehicle can be seen as a positive as it buys the building industry time to put plans in place and ready itself for the rush as prices begin to drop.
The automotive and electrical industries are having to learn a lot about each other, but the building industry must have an understanding of both to ensure facilities cater for EV charging requirements.
But there are so many new terms, it can be hard to know what is actually required. Understanding the power and energy an EV needs (and not what it could take) is essential to ensuring buildings are prepared, without making mistakes based on misinformation.
Simplifying EV charging and working out what is important will minimise the chance of making costly mistakes. Everyone is in this together and it is vital we learn from what has already been done (both good and bad) and the lessons gleaned along the way.