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Evenergi Establishes North American Operations to Assist Electrifying Fleets
Evenergi, a global pioneer in designing, implementing, and managing zero-emission mobility fleets and energy infrastructure, will start dedicated North American operations
Fremont, CA: Evenergi, a global pioneer in designing, implementing, and managing zero-emission mobility fleets and energy infrastructure, will start dedicated North American operations soon. Sasha Pejcic, a transportation industry veteran with vast expertise in zero emissions bus and vehicle transitions, will lead the new processes in New York (with a California branch on the way) and Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Founded in 2016 in Sydney, Australia, the company currently has offices in the U.k., India, the United States, plus Canada. Evenergi offers industry-leading software-as-a-service solutions and consultancy to commercial fleet owners and utilities in public and private sectors looking to expedite transportation decarbonization.
"Evenergi is one of the few software companies in the world specializing in zero emissions infrastructure and transition planning," said Daniel Hilson, CEO, and Founder. "With more public and private entities in the U.S. and Canada working towards a carbon-neutral future, we saw a significant need for a service like ours that can provide scalable solutions for the full lifecycle, from data gathering and planning to procurement, implementation, and fleet optimization. Sasha's expertise, particularly in the public transit space, is unmatched, and we're confident he'll be a tremendous asset to our clients in North America and globally."
Pejcic formerly supervised a portfolio of 100+ diversified transportation projects for global design companies Stantec and WSP, including dozens in the zero-emission bus and vehicle market. As North America's managing partner, he will be in charge of user experience, administration, growth, strategies, and talent management. He will also act as Evenergi's Global Bus Lead, offering his technical knowledge and skills to the firm's bus fleet initiatives worldwide.
Evenergi has successfully assisted over 200 clients, ranging from federal and municipal government organizations in Australia and the United Kingdom to Singapore transit authorities. Clients in the United States have recently hired the business, including Duke Energy in North Carolina, Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority in Michigan, and King County Metro Transit in Seattle.