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.