Electrical design work, technical specifications, commissioning and interface with the Utility for a second electric storage facility in Ontario rated 2.5 MW. This plant was placed in service in September 2020
- In-house electrical consultant for Hydrostor for the first of its kind 1 MW electric storage facility to be installed on the Toronto Island. The system involves converting electrical energy into mechanical during off-peak hours using motor/compressor and store the compressed air in accumulators installed at Lake floor level. During on-peak hours, the stored mechanical energy is converted back into electrical via expander/generator and supplied to Toronto Hydro, See IEEE Spectrum January 2015.
- In October 2010 led international technical delegation to India on renewable energy. Met with governments’ official, manufacturers of solar and wind turbine, utilities and end users. Site discussions regarding 1 MW solar power.
- Completed conceptual design study for renewable energy using Solar power rated 50 KW and 100 KW for commercial facility in Ontario. Prepared overall installations cost and justification.