Speaker Hervé BORGOLTZ
After a student journey that sees him through EDHEC Business School in Lille, Paris Dauphine University of Berkeley (California) and INSEAD in 1987, he began his professional career within the Economic Expansion of the French Embassy in Conakry (Guinea) where he was appointed as Director for international affairs, in Africa and the Middle East in GAZEO (Lazard group).
In 1984 Hervé Borgoltz, joined SLIGOS (now ATOS, Computer Service specialising in electronic payment systems and "smart-cards") as international director.
In 1990, he decided to buy the company DBT in northern France, specialised in the design and manufacturing of electrical measurements systems and low voltage transformers.
In 1994, DBT was awarded its first contract of charging terminals for electric vehicles in Paris. Between 1992 and 2000, DBT equipped La Rochelle and 450 other sites in France, to extend gradually at a European level with thirty cities already conquered.
In 2008, when Jean-Louis Borloo launched "le Grenelle de l'Environnement" program, DBT installed and still maintain to date, 4500 terminals which makes Hervé Borgoltz' corporation one of the largest park of charging installed in the world (this information is also included in the official communication of the Ministry of the Environment).