Ibrahim Jilani is responsible for the global business development for Energy Systems & e-Mobility at UL. He serves UL’s mission and the market needs by addressing global industry matters such as advising, due diligence, evaluating, testing, and certification. He represents UL in a variety of industry trade groups and product segments including Batteries, Chargers, and Energy Storage.
Ibrahim launched UL’s Hoverboard & Personal e-Transportation services as well as supported accreditation of UL’s standards, most notably UL 9540 for Energy Storage Systems & UL 2272 for Personal e-Mobility Devices as the United States & Canada bi-national standards.
Previously, Ibrahim led the North America consumer technology battery team and has been with UL for over 10 years. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering from University of Illinois in Chicago and a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is based out of UL’s Headquarters in Northbrook, IL USA.