Philip Kreycik leads Cadmus’ transportation electrification efforts within the Strategic Electrification team. His expertise is at the intersection of urban planning, clean transportation, and clean energy. He has more than 15 years of analytical and policy evaluation expertise spanning vehicles and fuels, travel demand, on-site renewables, campus/facility efficiency, and strategy and policy for government agencies and utilities. He has led teams for multi-year U.S. Department of Energy projects, as well as EV strategic planning for clients such as the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, City of Berkeley, and Contra Costa County, and planning and evaluation services for clients such as the California investor owned utilities and Sonoma Clean Power.
While completing his graduate studies, Philip served as a Rappaport Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School and the Boston Mayor’s Office, focused on safety for users of active transportation modes. Prior to graduate school, he spent seven years founding and leading programs that resulted in significant emissions reductions at Harvard University. He holds a Master’s in City Planning and a Master of Science in Transportation, both from MIT, and a B.A. from Harvard College.