12/20/2017 – With Paul Glenney, the company now has a CEO with emobility leadership as an EVSE manufacturer, an Emobility Service Provider and EV automotive OEM. With over fifteen years of cleantech experience, he possesses a deep understanding of the nexus between emobility, utilities and government.
Paul Glenney has been an early participant in the emobility industry since the U.S. launch of the Nissan LEAF and the BMW ActiveE. NRG eVgo, AeroVironment, Siemens and Faraday Future are just a few of the major players in the automotive, energy, and technology sectors where he gained extensive experience.
Thomas Daiber, CEO of the European parent company, believes that this makes him the perfect appointment: “In Paul Glenney, we have found somebody with outstanding market knowledge who shares our vision. He realizes the need to digitally connect charging infrastructure systems in the U.S.A. Our mutual goal is to establish an open cross-operator charging network, which makes it easy to find, gain access and pay at charging stations.”
Paul Glenney endorses: “Together with Hubject, we want to remove one of the final market barriers in the U.S. We believe that the more market participants are engaged together in emobility, the greater the need for networking and harmonization of those networks. Through interoperability we can resolve the user issues associated with the charging of electric vehicles and ensure market growth together. I am excited to introduce the Hubject suite of emobility solutions to the U.S. and Canada.”
The company, which has already opened up offices in the two emobility hot spots, San Francisco and Los Angeles, will introduce its initial partners in the coming months.