Paul Stevers is a Canadian engineer, inventor, and the founder of several for-profit and non-profit businesses.
After graduating from the University of Waterloo engineering program in Ontario, Canada, Paul launched his entrepreneurial career by co-founding an environmental business in 1984 called Impax Incorporated.
Paul founded CharityHelp International (CHI) in 2004 to facilitate long-term financial support for children in developing countries by enabling sponsors to build relationships with these children via supervised communications over the Internet and pay for their sponsorship online.
In 2010, he founded Think Renewables, Inc. (TRI) in the US to develop a series of computer-related products that are designed to operate in challenging environments such as Afghanistan and parts of Africa. These products are now being used in several areas including education, commerce, and telemedicine.
In 2014, Paul founded Think Renewables Group (TRG) to help coordinate the operations of his various companies, further develop the group’s technologies and services and raise money to scale-up its operations.
In 2018, he co-founded Climate Solutions Advancement Network (ClimateSAN), which facilitates investment in solutions that mitigate and/or adapt to climate change (Climate Solutions) and supports initiatives to encourage action on climate change.
In 2022, he founded Integrated ClimateTech (iClimateTech) to maximize climate impact by integrating new and existing technologies in a sustainable and profitable way.