About

Fleet-capable electric vehicles are available now with more on the way across the spectrum, including light duty, medium duty, and heavy duty.

EVs offer a host of benefits: fuel and maintenance cost savings, emissions reductions and ESG performance, and a better driver experience. Fleet operators recognize the economic, environmental, and experiential advantages of fleet electrification, but the transition can be daunting. Merge guides fleets through the process from evaluation through demonstration, large-scale deployment, operations, and tracking success. Merge develops and implements a comprehensive long-term electrification plan to ensures infrastructure and vehicles are ready at each stage to support a fleet’s electrification goals.

The Merge team, led by EV industry pioneer Glen Stancil, brings expertise from developing, installing and operating over 1,500 charging sites across the U.S. Merge’s team has worked on public and private EV projects in 40 states including state-of-the-art high-power DC charging stations. Merge knows what it takes to deliver large-scale charging solutions efficiently and affordably. Merge is backed by Pickering Energy Partners, an innovative investment and consulting firm focused on the energy transition. This partnership fills expertise and affordability gaps by pairing infrastructure development and operational skillsets with financing capabilities to seamlessly plan, execute and finance fleet electrification projects.

Mission

Merge delivers the economic, environmental, and experiential benefits of fleet electrification through solutions that are simple, affordable, and scalable.

Team

Glen Stancil

CEO

Glen Stancil is the President and CEO of Merge. Prior to Merge, Glen was founder and President of eMotive Solutions, where his team designed, deployed, and supported electric vehicle charging services for automotive and charging network clients. eMotive’s work includes program strategy and m …

Glen Stancil is the President and CEO of Merge. Prior to Merge, Glen was founder and President of eMotive Solutions, where his team designed, deployed, and supported electric vehicle charging services for automotive and charging network clients. eMotive’s work includes program strategy and management, siting and developing DC and Level 2 charging stations nationwide, charging hardware, software, and vehicle integrations, and network operations. Prior to founding eMotive in 2017, Glen was co-founder and COO of EVgo Services (a.k.a. NRG EVgo) where his teams built, operated, and supported a network of 900+ DC fast chargers in 60+ markets. Before entering the EV space in 2010, Glen managed pricing, offers, and supply for a portfolio of 1.5 million customers for Reliant Energy. Mr. Stancil’s background also includes general management, product management, and analyst roles in the power, telecom, semiconductor, refining, and natural gas sectors. Mr. Stancil holds an MBA from Stanford University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Jason Buckland

Business Development

Jason Buckland is Vice President of Business Development at Merge. Prior to Merge Jason was a founding partner of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Advisors LLC (EVIA), a consulting practice focused on planning and deploying electric vehicle charging projects. Before founding EVIA, Jason was an early …

Jason Buckland is Vice President of Business Development at Merge. Prior to Merge Jason was a founding partner of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Advisors LLC (EVIA), a consulting practice focused on planning and deploying electric vehicle charging projects. Before founding EVIA, Jason was an early pioneering member of NRG’s EVgo team focused on piloting the first prototype DC fast-charging stations in Texas. During his tenure at EVgo, Jason led market strategy, sales, construction, client management, served on the management team, and ultimately had the privilege of leading teams nationally for the deployment of 900+ fast chargers in 60+ markets. Before entering the world of charging and vehicle electrification, Jason held various sales and business development roles focused on renewable energy and demand management. Jason holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Texas at Dallas.

David Eckels

Products

David Eckels is Vice President of Products at Merge. Prior to Merge, David was a founding partner of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Advisors LLC (EVIA), a consulting firm specializing in planning and deploying EV charging infrastructure nationwide. EVIA has serving clients in sectors including …

David Eckels is Vice President of Products at Merge. Prior to Merge, David was a founding partner of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Advisors LLC (EVIA), a consulting firm specializing in planning and deploying EV charging infrastructure nationwide. EVIA has serving clients in sectors including public charging networks, automotive, utility, real estate, city, county, and state government. Before founding EVIA, David joined NRG EVgo to launch the first public fast-charge network in Utah, then managed business development and construction across the Western U.S., including metro and corridor programs in Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and California. David has led the deployment of thousands of DC fast and Level II chargers coast-to-coast including public, workplace, multifamily, and fleet. David holds an Honors BA in Anthropology from Dartmouth College.

Malcolm McVay

Operations

Malcolm McVay is Vice President of Operations at Merge. Prior to Merge, Malcolm was a Principal, eMobility and Cleantech at Greenshift, a consulting firm working at the convergence of transportation, clean energy, and infrastructure. Prior to founding Greenshift in 2015, Malcolm led an EV charging …

Malcolm McVay is Vice President of Operations at Merge. Prior to Merge, Malcolm was a Principal, eMobility and Cleantech at Greenshift, a consulting firm working at the convergence of transportation, clean energy, and infrastructure. Prior to founding Greenshift in 2015, Malcolm led an EV charging business line focused on the commercial office and multi-family residential markets for EVgo, a subsidiary of NRG Energy. Beginning in 2008, Malcolm managed first-to-market EV technology deployments to utility and auto OEM customers for electrification pioneer AeroVironment. Malcolm has also served in general management, business development, operational, and board-of-director roles in the commercial IoT, corporate investigations, and finance sectors. Malcolm holds an MBA from UCLA and a BA in East Asian studies from Columbia University.