SEAM Group hires Scott Moretz as vice president of Electric Vehicle Operations
This will help the Group advance its focus on optimal utilisation of electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure
SEAM Group, a global leader in energised asset performance, has announced the hiring of Scott Moretz as vice president of Electric Vehicle Operations. Moretz brings nearly a decade of electric vehicle (EV) industry experience to the role, in which he will lead all aspects of EV infrastructure activity.
This will include site and space planning, design and engineering, construction, commissioning, operations and maintenance, as well as speciality areas like energy storage systems and solar batteries.
Colin Duncan, SEAM Group CEO, said: "As we drive our mission of creating a safer, more reliable world, we continue to mature our global organisation by adding passionate, seasoned industry veterans to our leadership team.
"The electric vehicle sector is experiencing explosive growth, and Scott brings a breadth of experience to help expand our success in this market.”
Moretz has held key leadership roles at EVgo, and most recently served as director of engineering and construction for North America at Electrify America. As an innovator in the electric vehicle industry, Moretz has worked closely with global charging system manufacturers, site hosts, and automotive manufacturers.
One of his signature achievements includes leading the long-term, highly strategic installation of 4,200-plus direct current fast charging (DCFC) units across 46 states and four Canadian provinces.
Moretz, SEAM Group vice president of electric vehicle operations, said: "Throughout both my professional and military career, I have focused on mobilising team members and developing best-in-class strategies to drive results.
“Joining the SEAM Group leadership team enables me to work alongside fellow passionate, customer-first individuals, while growing our EV practice into a key line of business that can help optimise the utilisation of EV infrastructure across the world.”