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Geri Waack

Director of eMobility Solutions

As the director of eMobility solutions, Geri is responsible for bringing eMobility charging infrastructure to market. This includes leading strategy and vision, developing and gaining alignment and leading implementation of new offerings that are relevant, customer centric and scalable in a fast-paced evolving marketplace. Geri has fiscal responsibilities for revenue, profitability and a healthy pipeline of projects and work to align the organization’s objectives with business strategy through active participation in strategic planning, strategy development, forecasting, resource planning and budgeting.

Geri joined the organization in 2000 and has held positions of continuous growth and responsibility within operations and supply chain. Outside of work, she enjoys providing free Uber services to her two daughters, watching them play sports, especially basketball, kayaking, reading on the beach, heading out for a walk to catch up with friends, and spending time with her family.

Articles by Geri

Five Things to Consider When Choosing an EV Charging Partner

09.01.2022 | EV Charging

Five Things to Consider When Choosing an EV Charging Partner

EV charging infrastructure can be complex. Finding a partner who can support your needs from start to finish removes the stress and ensures your energy needs are supported today and in the future.

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Your eMobility Customer Journey

06.29.2022 | EV Charging

Your eMobility Customer Journey

Wondering what to expect through the eMobility charging process? There are six main steps that take place when implementing electric vehicle (EV) charging at your site.

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Important Takeaways From The ACT Expo

06.16.2022 | Distributed Energy Resources/Microgrids | EV Charging

Important Takeaways From The ACT Expo

New technology, impressive vehicles and innovative partners from across the industry were in full force at ACT Expo 2022. Several important trends are worth exploring further as companies begin their departure from fossil-fueled vehicles.

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