We’re pairing world class talent with strong financial backing to develop, create, and build the largest EV infrastructure network on earth.


Neha Palmer is the CEO of TeraWatt Infrastructure, bringing over two decades of leadership experience in the energy industry. Most recently, she led energy strategy for Google’s global data centers. As the first hire focused on data center energy, Neha built out and led the team developing electric infrastructure and electricity procurement for the global fleet, covering dozens of sites over four continents. Key achievements include making Google the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy in the world, and the first company of its size to achieve 100% renewable energy for operations, which it has done since 2017. Prior to Google, Neha held leadership roles at Pacific Gas and Electric, and worked as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs. Neha will bring her deep expertise in building out rapidly growing fleets of large scale energy intensive infrastructure to the emerging heavy EV charging asset class, a segment on track to outpace even the incredible growth data centers have seen over the last decade. Neha holds an MBA in Finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a BS in Civil Engineering from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo.


West Owens is the Senior Vice President of Finance and Structuring. West specializes in opening up new asset classes to scalable capital market financing, including solar, distributed energy resources (DER) and virtual power plants (VPP). In his new role at TeraWatt, Owens will be responsible for setting the capital strategy and execution for the Company, including the creation of deal structures, nurturing relationships with and managing investors, and the buildout of a financing platform. Owens has advised multiple early stage energy companies, including OhmConnect, where he structured the first residential VPP financing across thousands of homes. As vice president of structured finance at SolarCity, a company acquired by Tesla, West raised more than $2 billion in diversified capital and securitized the first solar service agreements and loans in the asset-backed security market. He has also served as CFO at Future Family, where he brought the first large scale financing facility to fertility treatments, a chronically underserved market, and he served as CFO and COO at Advanced Microgrid Solutions (AMS), where he financed the first large scale portfolio of energy storage DERs worth more than $200 million. Owens holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton.


David Schlosberg is TeraWatt’s VP of Energy & Utilities. Previously, he served as the head of eMobility energy services for Enel X North America, where he led the business line’s participation in energy and environmental markets, load management programs for electric utilities, smart charging partnerships with electric vehicle automakers, and strategy for vehicle-to-grid integration technology. He also provided industry leadership on EVs and distributed energy resources in regulatory and legislative forums. Prior to that, he was a principal energy market analyst within Google’s Access & Energy division where he was responsible for regulatory activities as well as related business development initiatives with utilities, energy management providers and renewable energy companies. David also held origination, project development and regulatory affairs roles at BrightSource Energy, a provider of large scale solar thermal power plants. David received his MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a BS in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.