Contributor Profile

Paul Stith

Job TitleDirector, Strategy & Innovation

Company NameBlack & Veatch


As Director of Strategy & Innovation for Black & Veatch, Paul specializes planning and building sustainable transportation and distributed clean energy infrastructure. His projects span North America, Europe and Asia supporting OEMs, utilities, fleets and transportation service providers to electrify and automate light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles on the ground, that float and fly. 

Prior to Black & Veatch, Paul was Director, Business Development and Regulatory Affairs for EV Grid where he led policy initiatives with the CPUC, California roadmaps for Vehicle Grid Integration, Energy Storage, V2G school buses and 2nd life battery interconnection with BMW’s Pacific Gas & Electric VGI pilot. 


Conference Sessions

  • Smart Urban Mobility Solutions 2: Future sustainable mobility systems to address environmental issues

    Wednesday14:00 - 15:3015 May 2019
    Alsh 1

    Organised with the Sustainable Environment Forum of ITS (UK)Chair: Keith McCabe, Chief Executive Officer, Simplifai Systems Autonomous vehicles: The future is ...

    • Language: English
  • Energy Storage 2 - Making money from energy storage

    Thursday11:00 - 12:3016 May 2019

    Sponsored by Black & Veatch Chair: Paul Stith, Director, Strategy & Innovation Transformative Technologies, Black & Veatch  Energy storage in Europe: a challe...

    • Language: English
  • Smart Urban Mobility Solutions 5: ULEV uptake - buses, cars and fleets + MaaS

    Thursday14:00 - 15:3016 May 2019
    Alsh 1

    Organised with the Sustainable Environment Forum of ITS (UK) Chair: Joanna Coleman OBE, UK Energy Transition Manager, Shell UK Hydrogen Mobility Europe Initia...

    • Language: English

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