SAN JOSE Calif, February 27, 2019
eIQ Mobility, Inc., a company dedicated to simplifying and accelerating the electrification of commercial and public fleets, today announced that Brian Bartholomeusz, Executive Director of Innovation Transfer at the TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy at Stanford University, is joining the board (official release).
Brian works closely with internal Stanford resources and collaborates with external entrepreneurship and innovation networks to help student teams develop, commercialize and deploy sustainability inventions and innovations. He has over 30 years of international experience in global high-tech industries ranging from R&D, Product development, Operations, and corporate development in start-up, mid-sized and large companies. In addition to co-founding four companies he has driven growth in challenging hi-tech segments through rapid product innovation, global strategic partnerships and cross-industry collaborative initiatives. In the course of his career he has participated in one public offering, three M&As and helped raise substantial amounts of startup and growth capital. Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts in Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University and a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from Stanford University. He has over twenty publications, co-authored two book chapters and has fifteen patents and patent applications.
“We are very excited that Brian is joining our board”, said Sila Kiliccote, CEO and Co-Founder, eIQ Mobility. “He brings a fantastic combination of corporate & entrepreneurial experience, and a deep passion for helping startups grow, as demonstrated by his leadership at the TomKat Center’. On the eIQ Mobility board, Brian joins Annette Clayton, President & CEO of Schneider Electric North America. eIQ Mobility recently secured their Seed Round from Schneider Electric Ventures (press release).
eIQ Mobility is developing eIQ EValuate™, a powerful fleet EV planning & analysis platform that leverages vehicle, facility, grid & energy data and local and federal incentives to determine if and where fleets should consider electrifying their vehicles, at what cost. Another upcoming product, eIQ Power™ is a first-of-its-kind EV charging Infrastructure-as-a-Service, that scales with the customer’s fleet to de-risk the installation, support, and maintenance of converting a fleet to electric.
eIQ Mobility is currently working with several global OEMs, EV OEMs, Leasing Companies and major U.S. fleets to pilot its solutions. Founded in 2018 by Sila Kiliccote. Yann Kulp, Daniel Thompson and Jason Lien, eIQ Mobility just recruited Emre Can Kara as its VP of Engineering, and is currently recruiting data scientists and software developers.
eIQ Mobility, Inc
eIQ Mobility, headquartered in Silicon Valley, enables the transformation to zero-emission mobility through optimized planning, delivery, and operation of electric mobility services at scale. Our goal is to completely de-risk fleet migration from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles. Zero-Emissions Mobility. Zero-Risk. For more information, please visit www.eiqmobility.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org