As founder and CEO, Roman strives to make 100% electric, 4G LTE connected vehicles more accessible to universities and municipalities. Before Innova EV, Roman was CEO of Expert Corporation, a global manufacturer of LEV2 and PZEV evaporative emissions systems used on over 15 million vehicles manufactured globally. He and his team have also contributed to the development of instrument clusters, telematics and LCD touch screens for companies like Fisker, Tesla and Case New Holland.
Brandon is a global leader that has influenced tech policy and research across several continents. He was Car2go’s General Manager in Chicago where he managed a fleet of 400 vehicles. Prior to joining Car2go he was the Deputy Program Director on Airbnb’s public policy team where he passed pro-homesharing legislation across the United States. He is a published author and academic whose papers have been cited 40+ times by leaders including the US Chamber of Commerce, Fortune 500 companies, and scholars all over the world.
Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood is renowned as an early-20th-century African American business and cultural hub, as it was the center of African American life and historically known as the city's "Black Metropolis."
But with all the cultural capital Bronzeville had accumulated, it still lacked accessible mobility for all. To solve this problem, Innova EV partnered with utility company ComEd and the Bronzeville community to offer affordable, zero-emission transportation for seniors.Read the Case Study
Innova EV partnered with Internet2 and several universities to offer an electric vehicle carsharing program to faculty and students.
The pilot program lasted one year (from 2015-2016), and each participating university—University of Wisconsin-Madison, Colorado State University, University of Washington, and University of Pittsburgh—was supplied with four Innova EV vehicles, called Dash, and a mobile phone app for users to access the vehicles.Read the Case Study