Battery Specialist - eBike, eScooter and EV ...
Why do we throw out perfectly good batteries?
Yedlik started in April 2020 in Oslo with the objective of eliminating the environmental and economic madness of discarding good cells, and create hundreds of fun, rewarding, local, and meaningful jobs.
Yedlik is no green extremist utopia - we are here to build an industry. Norway is on its way to generating 500 tons of dangerous waste a year just from micro mobility batteries. We want to build a business on reusing most of this waste!
What does Yedlik mean?
Ányos Jedlik (1800-1895)
The company was named after inventor Ányos Jedlik, a 19th century pioneer of electric motors and engineering eduction: Yedlik is his name's phonetic transcription in English.
We have an international team with a wide variety of backgrounds. We are all committed to reducing Norway's battery waste and making e-mobility truly sustainable.
Greg pulled apart his first PC at 10, started one of Hungary's first iPhone repair businesses at 16, and studied electrical engineering to understand how his favourite gadgets really worked. Fast forward through countless roadside repairs around the globe, rebuilt motorcycles, a venture with water damaged MacBooks in Australia, and a master's degree in Sustainable transportation, he is now heading Yedlik to keep e-bike batteries on the roads.
Co-founder / Workshop Manager
Krystof has several years experience as a mechanical engineer. He holds a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Czech Technical University, Prague and spent a year in South Korea developing his skills at Seoul National University. From repairing musical instruments to designing and testing car components, he is great with his hands and is a real asset in the workshop. His passion for biking and engineering has brought him to Yedlik to change the future of e-mobility. He spends his free time enjoying the great Norwegian outdoors.
Fanis has years of experience as an electrical engineer and is extremely knowledgeable in the field of batteries, having studied at Piraeus University of Applied Sciences in Athens. His knowledge means our customers' batteries are in safe hands. He's a huge football fan and loves cooking mediterranean food.
Sean has a legal background having spent several years working in London. He has previously worked at the European Banking Authority and as a visiting lecturer at City University, London. He is currently enrolled at the University of Oslo where he studies robot regulation, cybersecurity regulation and data protection. He spends his free time skiing, running and fishing.