Manager, Electric Truck Transition, New York, NY
Area of Expertise: freight electrification, fleet vehicles, green supply chain, corporate partnerships, business and the environment
Maaz serves as the lead for accelerating fleet and shipper deployments of medium- and heavy-duty electric trucks at EDF. He works directly across the intersection of strategy, policy advocacy, and investor engagement across the U.S.
He was a 2021 Climate Corp Fellow at Iron Mountain and helped advance strategic initiatives in the global transportation electrification space. Prior to this, he was associated with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) where he evaluated proposed resource adequacy frameworks in California, in light of the summer blackout events of 2020.
Maaz has the distinct experience of working in multiple countries, in Asia, Africa & Latin America, in the domains of renewable energy & e-mobility. He also has an MSc. in Energy Systems Management from the University of San Francisco.
Posts by this author
Driving To Net-Zero: 5 Steps to Tackling Scope 3 Emissions for Shippers
For companies that do not own their own trucks, but contract transportation suppliers for moving their goods, reducing Scope 3 emissions is paramount.
Accelerating Towards Net Zero: IRA Incentives Offer Companies a Fast Track for Fleet Electrification
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is the most significant climate victory for sustainable investment in U.S. history.
Why 2023 is the year for companies to join the electric truck transition
In 2023, zero-emission truck adoption will receive a boost from policy wins, transformations in technology, and an emergence of new business models.
The road to zero: how one company began their journey to fleet electrification
For companies that own and operate trucks, the path to fleet electrification provides an opportunity to reshape their enviromental impact.