The Cleantech Group’s Smart Mobility practice covers all transportation modes ranging from two-wheel personal transport, through to electric vehicles and airplanes. Our primary research areas are in vehicle materials & components, charging & alternative fuels, communications and software, as well as post-purchase services. We are focused on breaking the smart mobility landscape into its value chain components, understanding vendor positioning and business models, and analyzing go-to-market and partnership approaches. Our coverage extends to the diverse group of smart mobility vendors including: global cleantech start-ups, utilities, large auto OEMs and IT telecom conglomerates.
Greg Neichin, VP of Research and Advisory
Greg is the Head of Cleantech Group’s Research & Advisory business, as well as serving as the company’s lead of Smart Grid. Greg has personally authored a variety of publications including the U.S. DOE’s 2010 Smart Grid Vendor Ecosystem Review. Greg brings to his smart grid research an extensive background in software and data communications having helped build two successful venture-backed software-as-a-service companies (GetActive Software and PlaceVine), as well as managing Strategy & Business Development for Redback Networks. Greg has a B.A. in Economics and Government from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.