The future?
It’s electric!

Cities have established net zero goals, which will largely be achieved by electrifying transportation. Many automakers will offer only electric models by 2025 and states such as California and New York are planning to phase out newly manufactured, gas-powered vehicles by as early as 2035.

Despite this all-electric future, EV charging is not easy for drivers who park on the street.


Our mission is to bring curbside EV charging to cities across the U.S. and advance the adoption of electric vehicles.

Increased access to affordable public charging not only encourages the adoption of EVs, but leads to cleaner air and healthier communities.

Did you know?

Industry and government reports recommend a minimum of 1 public charger for every 10 vehicles. In some areas of the European Union, it’s 1 charger for every 4 vehicles. We are far behind these recommendations in all major U.S. cities.

Electrifying transportation has a number of environmental and health benefits, in addition to cost savings. AAA estimates that EV owners save around $1,000 in annual fuel costs and an additional $950 in annual maintenance costs.

Meet itselectric


Nathan King
Co-Founder / CEO

Nathan is an architect with a passion for sustainable cities. Over the last two decades, Nathan has designed and managed numerous large-scale and complex construction projects, with particular focus in New York City. Before co-founding itselectric, Nathan was the senior technical architect for SOM’s Health and Science practice, and led the team designing the new NY City Public Health Laboratory in Harlem.

Tiya Gordon
Co-Founder / COO

Tiya holds 20 years experience in leadership and design operations across a range of disciplines for some of the country’s top firms and institutions. Her work has received the industry’s top accolades, including The National Design Award from the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum; the Inaugural Cannes Gold Lion for Creative Data; the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival; and the designation of second most innovative design firm in the world by Fast Company. Her founding of itselectric is the first step in her refocusing the next 20 years of her career on projects waging war against the Climate Crisis.

Billings Jackson Design
Industrial Design Partner

Billings Jackson is a unique industrial design firm, working at the interface of construction and product manufacturing to enhance the built environment. With offices in London, New York, and Chicago they have deployed 8000 pieces of electrified street furniture in over 50 cities across the globe.


Steve Benjamin

Former Mayor of Columbia, South Carolina and Former President of the US Conference of Mayors. Co-chair of the Mayors for 100% Clean Energy campaign.

Mia Birk

27 years in the forefront of active transportation having co-founded Alta Bicycle Share which launched 10 bike share systems including Citibike, Divvy, and Capital.

Cas Holloway

Former Deputy Mayor for Operations and former DEP Commissioner under Mayor Michael Bloomberg; former head of Global Technical Operations at Bloomberg LP; advisor to tech companies breaking into the public sector.

Daniella Landau

Co-founder of HLP&R a bipartisan, solutions-driven government affairs and public policy firm specializing in legislative and regulatory services. Recognized by Bloomberg Government as one of the top ten lobbying firms in Washington, DC

Michael Replogle

One of the world’s leading experts on transportation and former Deputy Commissioner for Policy, NYC DOT, where he led development of Electrifying New York: An EV Vision Plan for NYC, and EV charging pilot projects.

David Spielfogel

Former Senior Advisor to Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Deputy Policy Director for Barack Obama's senate campaign. Currently Chief Policy and Communications Officer at Lime; the world’s largest provider of shared electric vehicles, and the only to have won competitive permits in diverse markets globally.

Kameale C. Terry

With over a decade of experience in CleanTech, Kameale co-founded ChargerHelp! to create a reliable Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure. The CleanTech company, powered by technology, uses data to identify and provide maintenance and repair services for electric vehicle charging stations. Previously Kameale worked at EV Connect where she was the Director of Programs. Her notable projects include Electrify America - Phase One program, the Southern California Edison Charge Ready Pilot, and the New York Power Authority portfolio.