Mujeeb Ijaz is the founder and CEO of ONE (Our Next Energy). One is a battery systems engineer with over 30 years of expertise in the development of electric cars and battery system technology. His professional work has been on increasing the adoption of electric cars through breakthroughs in battery safety, range, and affordability.
Mujeeb managed teams at Ford Motor Company, where he created the Ford Edge with HySeries Drive, the Ford Fusion Hydrogen 999, which set a land speed record at Bonneville in 2007, and the Chrysler ENVI project. He formerly served as president of A123’s Venture Technologies section, where he and his team spearheaded the development of Li-Ion battery solutions for electric cars, and as a senior director at Apple, where he pioneered unique energy storage technologies.
|Full Name:||Mujeeb Ijaz|
|Birth Date:||May 18, 1967|
|Age:||56 year old|
|Birth Place:||Radford, Virginia|
|Nationality:||American and Pakistani|
|Net Worth:||$250 Million|
Mujeeb Ijaz Biography
Mujeeb Ijaz (born May 18, 1967) is a Pakistani-American engineer. Ijaz is most notable for his innovative work engineering automobile fuel cell systems. Ijaz is also well known by his peers for his 15 year stint at Ford Motor Company, where he was the manager of electric and fuel cell vehicle engineering. He is also known for his ground-breaking work as Senior Director at Apple Inc.
Mujeeb Ijaz Parents
Mujeeb Ijaz was born on May 18, 1967, in Radford, Virginia and grew up in Montgomery County, Virginia, Virginia.
His father, Mujaddid Ahmed Ijaz, and mother, Dr. Lubna Razia Ijaz, were both scientists. His father was an experimental physicist and professor of physics at Virginia Tech. His mother was a solar physicist who worked with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization to develop Renewable energy in Pakistan renewable energy programs in Pakistan.
Ijaz received his Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech in 1990, where he majored in mechanical engineering.
Mujeeb Ijaz Career
In 1992, Ijaz joined Ford Motor Company, where he worked for over 15 years as the manager of electric and fuel cell vehicle engineering. Later in 2007, Ijaz led a team of experts in the development of Ford’s Lithium-Ion plug-in hybrid – the Edge HySeries, as well as lead the record setting Ford Fusion Hydrogen 999 Land Speed Record effort resulting in a World’s first 207 mph achievement powered by a 750 hp hydrogen fuel cell powertrain.
Ijaz founded the A123 Automotive Solutions Group in 2008, leading to A123’s initial public offering in 2010. Ijaz then led the creation of A123 Venture Technologies. Ijaz was responsible for the production of automotive applications for A123 including, the Fisker Karma, Chevrolet Spark EV, and racing applications in Formula 1 and the 24 Hours of LeMans winning Porsche 919 Hybrid.
Ijaz developed new materials and cells which were used to power the Ohio State University Buckeye Bullet to a 307.7 mph land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Ijaz joined Apple Inc. in 2014 as a special project engineer.
Mujeeb Ijaz Wife
Mujeeb’s material status is married and his wife’s name is not disclosed publicly. He keeps his personal life private. He did not talk much about his family publicly. We will update this information after getting his wife’s name.
Mujeeb Ijaz Net Worth
Mujeeb Ijaz has an estimated net worth to be above $250 Million dollars. He is an American engineer and CEO of ONE.