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Low carbon innovations experts expand

Sprint Power, a high-tech company specialising in low carbon innovations, including electrified propulsion systems, power electronics and battery systems, has announced a significant expansion of its engineering facilities in response to continued demand for its products and services.

Joining a major expansion of Sprint Power’s existing Birmingham-based headquarters are brand-new facilities in Hethel, Norfolk and Prague, Czech Republic.

As Governments and legislators around the world continue to set strict new targets to lower emissions, companies across all sectors of mobility, including automotive, motorsports, marine and aerospace, have been approaching Sprint Power for its extensive expertise in designing, developing and manufacturing the very latest advancements in electrified and low carbon propulsion systems.

As well as an intensive recruitment campaign to hire additional world-class engineers, Sprint Power’s new facilities will enable it to continue to deliver high-tech solutions aimed at benefitting industry and wider society in the new electrified mobility era.

Complementing Sprint Power’s existing headquarters on Birmingham Business Park is a new high-tech facility located at the Hethel Engineering Centre in Norfolk.

In Birmingham, Sprint Power has expanded its headquarters to include 70 additional spaces for a combined total of over 120 engineers. As well as offices, the building houses state-of-the-art laboratories that enable Sprint Power’s engineering teams to design, test and produce everything from prototype batteries and power electronics to the latest in control software solutions and complete electrical architectures.

Completing Sprint Power’s recent expansion is a new presence located in the Vysočany region of Prague in the Czech Republic. The newly opened offices are initially home to eight engineers who will focus on the design and development of new control software, electronics systems and engineering solutions. The site has been developed to help attract central Europe’s leading power electronics engineers and give Sprint Power an essential footprint in mainland Europe.

Richie Frost, founder and CEO at Sprint Power, said: “We’ve experienced exceptional growth during the past year as OEMs across multiple industries continue to call upon our extensive experience in the development of advanced propulsion technologies.

"With most forms of mobility moving at pace towards a greener, more sustainable and increasingly electrified future, the need for innovative solutions is more sought-after than ever. By expanding our reach both here in the UK and into mainland Europe, we can continue to offer our clients, partners and industries the very best levels of service and technological capability.”