Nicolas Schottey started his career with Groupe Renault in 2004, as a powertrain performance analyst, before going on to work on industrial strategy. In 2010, he joined the cost control part of
the Clio, Captur and Twingo team and then move to corporate strategy to elaborate Renault’s mid-term plan, Renault Drive the Change. In 2014, Nicolas moved to Nissan in Japan to support the local team on corporate strategy. He came back to Groupe Renault in 2016 to join the Electric Vehicle business unit as Head of the Batteries & Infrastructures Programme. From the beginning of the year, he is CEO of Elexent, the new Groupe Renault subsidiary in EV charging solutions.