Aberdeen-based electric vehicle (EV) charging firm Trojan Energy has secured £26 million in investment in its latest funding round.
North-east electric vehicle (EV) charging firm Trojan Energy is to move its headquarters and production facility to the Energy Transition Zone within Altens Industrial Estate.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging firm Trojan Energy has plans to expand its team and ramp up installations after securing £9million in funding from the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB).
North-east firm Trojan Energy has secured a late seed investment of £2.2 million to roll out its “flat-and-flush” on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging technology.
North-east firm Trojan Energy is one of only two businesses flying the flag for Scotland in a hunt for the UK’s next technology pioneer.
An Aberdeen-based angel investment syndicate is inching towards its fifth and sixth portfolio companies just a year after launch.
A north-east subsea engineer is quitting the oil and gas industry to focus on a fledgling business aiming to roll out innovative electric vehicle (EV) charging points across the UK.