John Gartner is a director in the Energy practice, leading Navigant's transportation research and consulting efforts. His key areas of expertise include electric vehicles (EVs), EV charging infrastructure and integration into the grid, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology, advanced batteries, shared mobility services and automated vehicles.
John has overseen dozens of projects focused on electric vehicles, their local and national impact of on utilities, business models for EV charging services, e-mobility, and the expected utilization of EV charging equipment for both U.S. and international clients. He speaks frequently about electric vehicles and charging infrastructure at industry conferences around the world, and he is often quoted in major media outlets including The New York Times, the Washington Post, Time and Forbes magazines, and other publications.
John has more than 30 years of experience in evaluating technology, market research, and consulting. He began testing computer hardware and software products at the National Software Testing Laboratory in 1988. Between 1993 and 2002, he contributed to and edited many of the leading IT and business publications including Wired, Windows Magazine, Technology Review, TechWeb, and McKinsey Quarterly. John has been involved in assessing alternative drive transportation for more than a decade, also founded and edited Wired’s Autopia automotive website, and was the first to report on the overestimation of the fuel economy of hybrid vehicles.
BA, Business Administration, Temple University BA, Secondary Education, Arcadia University