Paul Roege is the Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Typhoon-HIL, where he applies a broad technical background and 40 years of engineering and operational leadership experience to catalyze development of nextgeneration energy system modeling tools. Paul has managed engineering projects and teams in a range of pursuits from research to nuclear cleanup, primarily in the US military and Department of Energy. He crafted the project to restore oil systems during Operation Iraqi Freedom, helped package cold war nuclear materials in the US and Kazakhstan, developed US military concepts for operational energy, and actively researches and communicates on issues of resilience and future energy concepts, including digital power. Paul Roege graduated from the US Military Academy, received his MBA from Boston University and his Nuclear Engineer degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a registered professional engineer and actively supports community resilience, and youth development initiatives.