ABOUT CLEAN ECONOMY

Clean Economy is an independent project development company that works on behalf of commercial property stakeholders to plan, install, and manage electric vehicle charging stations.

We are not tied to any particular equipment vendor, so we can work with you to find the best equipment and comprehensive solution for your needs and budget. Our services are flexible. We can provide expert advice for your own staff or we can manage your entire project.

We will:

  • Answer any questions you have about this rapidly evolving field.
  • Get a clear understanding of your objectives and priorities – both the immediate and long-term.
  • Identify the optimal technical components for your project and provide a comprehensive solution.
  • Help you take advantage of any available incentives.
  • Manage and maintain your system and stations over the long term.

Whether you represent a workplace, homeowners’ association, apartment complex, or a municipal agency, Clean Economy can guide you through all of your electric car charging needs.

 

About Clean Economy’s Founder and CEO, Patrick Stanton

Patrick Stanton, Founder and CEO of Clean Economy

Patrick Stanton is a seasoned entrepreneur with extensive experience in the automotive, software, utilities, and clean technology sectors. A self-described “clean tech fanatic” and avid car enthusiast, Patrick started Clean Economy to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and to make it easy for property owners, developers, and managers to provide EV charging stations for their residents, employees, and customers.

Before starting Clean Economy, Patrick was a consultant for the smart EV charging station manufacturer, eMotorWerks, which developed the innovative JuiceBox series of charging stations. At eMotorWerks, Patrick led the development of the company’s enterprise-level product offering for commercial property developers. While working with eMotorWerks, Patrick realized that property managers were frequently overwhelmed with the complexity of implementing and then maintaining electric car charging stations. Recognizing a barrier to EV adoption, Patrick started Clean Economy to take the hassle out of installing and managing charging stations for property owners, managers, and employers who had countless other demands on their time and attention.

Prior to his work in the EV industry, Patrick was the director of commercial cleantech for the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he worked on joint ventures between Danish and American clean tech companies. Patrick also led regional business development for the smart grid software provider Opower. In addition, he ran business development for several online automotive companies. Patrick also co-founded and served as the business development chair for the Cleantech Open, a nonprofit that serves as an accelerator for clean tech entrepreneurs.

Patrick began his career as a consultant with Accenture. He holds an MBA from Columbia University and lives with his family in Silicon Valley.