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VO4HOME announces new appointments

posted 18 Sep 2012, 03:56 by RiDO Rotherham   [ updated 18 Sep 2012, 03:56 ]
VO4HOME Ltd, developer and manufacturer of the innovative VO4HOME domestic voltage optimisation system, is pleased to announce it has strengthened its technical and sales teams with three new recruits. 

The company has appointed Tom Appleyard, a qualified electrician with experience across a range of commercial and domestic standards, as Quality Assurance Technician, a role in which he will assist with the technical development of VO4HOME and the provision of technical customer support.

VO4HOME has also welcomed two new sales representatives – Andrew Romoff and Hanif Ghodawala – who will be responsible for developing business opportunities and distributor networks in the South West, South Wales, East Anglia, the Midlands and North Wales, respectively.

Speaking about the new appointments, Geoff Clifton, Business Development Manager at VO4HOME, said: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Tom, Andrew and Hanif to the team. Tom brings with him a wealth of technical experience while Andrew and Hanif’s high-level sales expertise will be critically important to the achievement of our growth aspirations. I look forward to working with them.”

Created by a team that has over 150 years combined experience in designing and manufacturing energy saving solutions, VO4HOME is a voltage optimisation system with a 14kW capacity that is designed for use in homes and the workplace. The unit optimises incoming voltage to a constant 220V and can help households and small businesses save around 330-500lbs of CO2 emissions per year.

The VO4HOME unit is easily fitted by electrical installers – it simply requires two wires in and two wires out to make it fully operational, a process that takes less than an hour – and does not require a change in consumer unit.