Tony Seba is a world-renowned author, thought leader, educator, speaker and entrepreneur. He is the author of the #1 Amazon best-selling book “Clean Disruption of Energy and Transportation – How Silicon Valley Will Make Oil, Nuclear, Natural Gas, Coal, Electric Utilities and Conventional Cars Obsolete by 2030”, which has changed the global conversation about the future of energy, transportation and climate change.
Jack’s success can be attributed to his ability to create and foster international business and government relationships, while his instincts allow him to see what’s next and blaze the trail to get there. He believes that the next phase of the mobility and electric vehicle industry —will be the greatest opportunity yet. The future is in smart, electric and autonomous vehicle and NIO and XPT are placing their bets in this market. Jack graduated from Taiwan National Cheng Kung University where he received a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He enjoys music and playing the electric guitar. When home, he spends time with his wife, two sons and their family pets.
As ENGIE Insight’s (formerly Ecova) president and CEO, Mathias is a strategic leader with more than a decade of global experience in both the private and public sectors. His experience and understanding of the dynamic energy industry supports ENGIE Insight’s vision to leverage data and technology to architect the future of energy management on a global scale.
Prior to ENGIE Insight, Mathias worked for our parent company, ENGIE, as the head of its Green Mobility Program, where he harnessed ENGIE’s broad capabilities to expand the business unit’s reach around the world for the $400+ million enterprise. He also served as chief of staff for Isabelle Kocher, ENGIE’s CEO, where he was heavily involved in strategy, communication and overall transformation of the company.
Before joining ENGIE, Mathias served as advisor and then Deputy Chief of Staff of French Minister for Industry and then Economy from 2012-2014; there he was in charge of the industry, energy and mining sectors.
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