IN A NUTSHELL
Founded in 2013, ElectReon is traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE). The company occupies a 3,000 sqm facility near Tel Aviv with a 260-meter circular test road.
Our aim is to change the world of transportation and reduce air pollution by creating a non-stop smart infrastructure for the use of shared public transportation.
To change the entire transportation segment worldwide, thus reducing energy consumption by the massive adoption of electric vehicles and the creation of an affordable, clean and energy sharing solution for public transportation.
The world is becoming progressively more cooperative.
The solution we offer provides a sharing platform: instead of carrying an individual battery, you use of the electric road. We aim to transform public infrastructure into a collaborative energy resource.
HOW DO WE INTEND TO CHANGE THE WORLD?
We believe that the integration of Autonomous Vehicles along with the Electric Road technology will lead to cheaper public transportation that can operate 24/7. We chose urban public transit as the entry point for two reasons:
It serves a huge population.
It is a major source of pollution.
We do not intend to stop there. Once the technology is deployed on main roads for the use of public transport, ElectReon will implement the technology for car-sharing services, taxies, trains, and autonomous vehicles.
To significantly increase the rate of electric vehicle (EV) penetration
To reduce the weight and cost of vehicles
To remove the need to charge or refuel and eliminate range anxiety
To reduce the need for battery disposal and recycling
HOW WILL ElectReon REDUCE CO2 EMISSION?
This is a major change in the transition to electric mobility. More electric vehicles equal less pollution. The use of an electric vehicle will dramatically reduce CO2 emissions. ElectReon's road infrastructure within a city can increase the adoption of electric vehicles such as buses, trucks, autonomous cars, and private cars
WHAT IS WAITING FOR US AT THE END OF THE ROAD?
A revolution of the entire transportation segment through a gradual evolution that will create a better and cleaner world
An M.Sc Magna Cum Laude degree graduate in electronic engineering, specializing in signal and video processing. Co-founded Electreon in 2013. Along with vast experience in leading several startups, he has acquired knowledge in managing large-scale multidisciplinary projects for major international companies. He has held a senior position as a chief electronic engineer and head of the R&D department at Elop (a division of Elbit system) while managing dozens of projects such as missile tracking systems, thermal imaging systems and laser systems
Co-Founded Electreon in 2013. He desires to create a better world for both animals and humans. With 40 years of professional experience in developing complicated analog systems, he has served in different R&D positions developing major systems. He is the owner of several inventions and register patents.
Over the past six years, he has become recognized as an international expert in high-power wireless charging systems
A decade of experience in PwC Israel as a senior manager. Throughout his career, he has gained experience with high-tech and life science companies, multinational corporations, SEC registrants and Israeli public companies to which he provides professional services in the fields of audit, tax, and business consulting.
He is a CPA and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Accounting.
An experienced and creative entrepreneur, manager and investor, expert in cleantech and mobility technologies, markets, regulation, and policy.
In 2011 Noam co-founded and was VP Business Development at Capital Nature; Israel's leading clean energy and mobility investment and acceleration firm, the first investor in Electreon.
In 2006 Noam co-founded and was director of Eilat Eilot Renewable Energy initiative, Israel's leading clean energy entity. Prior to that he founded one of Israel's first internet software companies, Cortext, sold to VCI, a NASDAQ listed company.
Noam is also the founder and chair of Israel's biggest clean energy conference – the Eilat Eilot conference.
Holds BA in Business and MA in Environmental studies, both from Tel Aviv University
With extensive experience in developing compelling power systems and working in several start-ups and large companies, He has gained extensive knowledge in the design of several watts batteries operated circuits to Mega-watts UPS systems.
He owns two patents in power electronics and holds a B.Sc in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Has a unique system vision, a rare capability to create almost everything on his own, and with a combination of an endless giving capacity, he is of great value to the company.
He holds a B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering. Over the past seven years, he has worked as a mechanical engineer and system engineer at Stratasys Ltd, which develops 3D digital printers
Dan is a leading expert in Smart Grid and Electric Transportation, Renewable Energy, Natural Gas, Energy Efficiency and standardization.
He is the former Director of the Electricity Authority in the Ministry of National Infrastructures and was the Chief Electrical Engineer at Better Place Ltd (electric vehicle)
Dan holds a Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from the Tel Aviv University and M.Sc. Degree in Energy Engineering from the Technion
ELECTREON SWEDEN TEAM
He has previously been working as a senior researcher at RISE in various electromobility projects. He led the Research and Innovation Platform for Electric Roads in Sweden and has also been the Swedish project leader of the collaboration on electric roads between Sweden and Germany.
He has an industrial background from Scania where he has been evaluating and testing the concept of electric roads using both inductive and conductive power transfer in many different research projects.
He has a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology His intial research area was systems engineering of vehicle electronics and his PhD thesis investigated how Lean thinking can be applied to system architecting and was defended in march 2011
As the founder of the electric road system (ERS) definition, Stefan has for almost a decade studied challenges and opportunities of commercializing ERS in large-scale deployment. He is an expert on business models, sustainable transition, policy, and systemic innovation and has previously worked as Senior Researcher at RISE Research Institutes of Sweden. Holds a M.Sc in Mechanical Engineering and a PhD in Industrial Economics and Management, both at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. His doctoral thesis is one of world´s first on ERS and is entitled “Preparing for takeoff – Analyzing the development of electric road system from a business model perspective”