Graham King is a Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of the West Indies and has 16 years of experience in the automotive industry. Graham’s current research is in renewable energy (alternative fuels); electric vehicles; the promotion of an innovative culture; and the implementation of Industry 4.0. He was a panellist on the Trinidad & Tobago “idea 2 innovation” competition; was on the Government’s Steering Committee on Innovation; led Foresighting activities for the Energy Services Sector; and regularly facilitates Innovation Training Workshops. He led a team to define the EU EDF11 Innovation Programme for Trinidad & Tobago. Graham graduated in Automotive Engineering from Loughborough University, and with an MSc in Engineering Management and Engineering Doctorate from The University of Warwick. He is a Chartered Engineer Mechanical Engineer.