Gareth is our Leader, strategically and passionately guiding VECKTA to success. He believes that it is a privilege to lead, collaborate and work with talented and motivated people. Gareth is committed to constantly evolving VECKTA as the world’s leading Energy Transition platform, in harmony with our vision, mission and values, all while having fun along the way!
Previously Gareth lead Worley’s Global Distributed Energy Systems strategy and Power Networks & Systems team, helping the company and its clients successfully navigate energy transition, leading to VECKTA.
He is a dad, husband and friend who seeks out adventure at every turn. Most recently he completed Brek Epic, a 6 day race, with his wife – check out the grueling accounts in his LinkedIn Articles.
By Gareth Evans|2020-10-02T21:10:25-07:00September 10th, 2020|
In a world where we are surrounded by negative news it is super important to reflect on the positive things happening in climate change laws and accountability. Denmark has passed a law that makes it illegal to not act on
As most of you know by now, my passion is anything on two wheels. When not in quarantine, I both motorbiked and mountain-biked to work, not just because I love any excuse to ride, but also to get mental and
Taking Pride In Our Work I was chatting with my dad recently and he shared a story about how his neighbor needed to fix their house roof. They did their research and contracted the best rated roofing contractor in the
Something I love about my job is that there is nowhere to hide. We are all in the middle of the most complex puzzle trying to fit all the pieces together seamlessly to create the perfect outcome. Building a business
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Uggghhhhhh, what just happened? Am I in one piece? Can I move everything? What's that screaming? Oh man, is my bike okay? These were the first thoughts that went through my head a few weekends ago, and no, I wasn’t