What’s it all about?
Speeding the mobility transition where grid connections and EV infrastructure are lacking, expensive or flaky. Award winning entrprenuer Josh Aviv has developed both a unique product and business model that delivers electrons where you are. This is not so much for drivers who run low on range, although that too, but about getting fleet users up and running quickly, smoothly and reliably with a Charging as a service (CaaS) solution.
About Joshua Aviv:
Joshua Aviv is a certified data scientist and the founder and CEO of SparkCharge. His experience in the cleantech and automotive OEM Industry spans 10 years, and he is a dynamic figure in the cleantech community. Aviv has raised over $50 million to advance EV charging infrastructure and clean initiatives across the country.
SparkCharge is a pioneering technology company at the forefront of revolutionizing the electric vehicle (EV) charging landscape. With a commitment to making EV charging accessible, convenient, and efficient, SparkCharge has developed innovative solutions that address the challenges faced by both EV owners and the broader charging infrastructure. They have created the world’s first portable DC fast charger, the Roadie. The Roadie powers its charging-as-a-service programs that deliver the EV charge to the vehicle wherever it is parked. By bringing the DC fast charge to the vehicle, regardless of grid access, SparkCharge can help accelerate the adoption of EVs for businesses and consumers. Learn more on sparkcharge.io
About Hyperion Executive Search:
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