Gregory Poilasne is Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of Nuvve, overseeing the strategic direction of the company. Gregory has more than 20 years of telecommunications experience, spanning technology development, marketing, sales and customer support as well as business operations at companies such as DockOn and Ethertronics.
Ted Smith is President and Chief Operating Officer of Nuvve and is responsible for managing the successful development and commercialization of Nuvve’s technologies, as well as supporting global regulatory compliance efforts. Ted has more than 20 years of experience in the finance industry and initially joined Nuvve as the Chief Administrative Officer for the company.
David Robson is the Chief Financial Officer of Nuvve responsible for the company’s financial reporting, analysis, and investor relations. He has over twenty-five years of finance, accounting and operational experience and has held senior positions with both public and private companies in a variety of industries, including serving as the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer of Farmer Brothers Co., the Chief Financial Officer of PIRCH, and the Chief Financial Officer of U.S. AutoParts.
Marc Trahand is Executive Vice President of Marketing for Nuvve and oversees all aspects of marketing, branding, and external communications for the company. Marc is a seasoned executive and entrepreneur, previously serving in executive roles at companies including luxury smartphone company Savelli Geneve and Topyko Mobility SAS.
Lynn Ames is the Vice President of Partnerships at Nuvve, managing the company’s global portfolio of strategic partners covering North America, Europe and Asia with a focus on integrating Nuvve’s V2G platform throughout the electrification ecosystem. She leads the team responsible for automotive OEMs, infrastructure OEMs, utilities, developers and related parties. She also currently supports human resources, investment, and contracts. Lynn has held a jack-of-all-trades position in three successful tech start-ups in Southern California.
Jacqueline Piero is the Vice President of Policy for Nuvve Corp responsible for assessing the state of policy and regulatory landscape, market structures, and energy ecosystems to determine what business models and services are possible. She also determines what barriers need to be addressed before charting policy and an advocacy path for each new jurisdiction where Nuvve will operate. Jacqueline has a Masters in Policy from the University of Delaware.
Russell Vare is Director of Automotive partnerships for Nuvve, leading V2G integrations with school bus manufacturers and the first commercial deployments in the United States. He has more than a decade of experience in strategy and business development roles figuring out how to use EV batteries in new ways. He led the first V2G and battery second-life projects for Nissan, followed by the stationary energy storage projects for Mercedes-Benz. He has a B.A. in Economics from UC Santa Barbara and a Master’s in Public Policy from UCLA.
Mogens Løkke leads Nuvve’s sales and partnership efforts in the Nordics and is responsible for implementing Nuvve’s products in the Northern markets. Mogens is an experienced Manager within global business development which includes more than 10 years in the e-mobility business.
Ralph Adams is the Director of Utility Partnership overseeing utility-facing aspects of Nuvve’s business. His work in energy markets began in the crude oil trading pit of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Later, he migrated to wholesale power markets and focused on hedging power portfolios in the U.S. As such, Ralph has held a variety of roles in trading, asset management, and transaction origination at companies like Dynegy and Vistra Corp. He believes that “grid-edge” technology is the next big wave in energy markets and that tomorrow’s network will be smarter, more transactive, and yield more value for customers everywhere.
Willett Kempton is Co-Founder of Nuvve and chairs its Technical Advisory Board. In this role he reviews and advises on the company’s technology strategy. Willett is also a Professor at the University of Delaware in the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment and Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.