Meet Revolv’s Director of Capital Markets – Trevor Hill

As we continue to highlight the industry experts that make up the Revolv team, we’re honored to highlight Revolv’s Director of Capital Markets Trevor Hill, who leads Revolv’s corporate fundraising and project level financing to grow our business and advance the decarbonization of fleets.

Trevor recently helped to guide our $25M in equity project financing from Greenbacker Capital Management, which will support the deployment of hundreds of commercial EVs and charging stations in the coming months, but there’s so much more he’s responsible for every day.



Trevor Hill, Revolv's Director of Capital Markets

Read more about Trevor’s role, what brought him to Revolv, and what he’s looking forward to as the EV fleets segments continues to grow: 

What is your background?

I’ve worked in the climate space for a decade now, primarily in finance roles. I joined Revolv from Nomura Greentech, a sustainable infrastructure and technology investment bank, where I worked on private capital raises and M&A transactions for companies across the climate tech landscape – totaling more than $1 billion in transaction value. Prior to that, I spent six years in the solar industry at SunPower and SunEdison, mostly in project finance focused on utility scale and C&I solar.

What is your role at Revolv?

I lead Capital Markets for Revolv, which means I’m responsible for raising the capital to fund and grow our business. This spans both corporate fundraising and project level financing – it’s a fun and exciting seat to be in.

What attracted you to Revolv?

I’ve always been motivated to work at companies making a meaningful impact on climate change and Revolv is a leader in one of the most exciting and impactful parts of the climate space today: decarbonized fleets. Revolv has an innovative business model, a mission-driven culture and a talented team committed to building a great business. Plus, I got to reconnect with a number of former colleagues from SunPower, whom I really enjoy working with.

What excites you the most about the EV fleet industry?

I’m most excited about the incredible growth ahead of us. It’s early innings in the EV transition, which means there is so much opportunity for growth and innovation in the years to come – as an industry, as a company, and personally.

What do you see as the future of fleets?

I fundamentally believe that our full-service contract offering eliminates barriers to EV adoption and will unlock enormous growth in the market. I saw firsthand how the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) did the same for the solar industry and I’m excited to see this approach catalyze fleet transitions to electric vehicles.

What is one fun fact about you?

Before starting my career in climate, I lived in Quito, Ecuador for a year and taught English.