An independent consultant specializing in transmission and distribution system planning with a focus on reliability assessments, transmission project development, interconnection analysis and distributed generation with over 42 years of experience working in the power system planning field for electric utilities in New England. Also serve as an expert witness testifying before state and federal regulatory commissions in support of siting review for new transmission projects, for review of reliability performance under rate case proceedings and review of system benefit assessments for programs such as smart grid deployment and system storm re-enforcement projects.
Formerly Director of System Planning at NSTAR (previously known as Boston Edison and Commonwealth Electric Companies) responsible for overseeing transmission and distribution system planning including development of such projects as the recently energized Boston 345 kV transmission project. Experience also includes providing technical support for a number of utilities in New England, working directly with ISO-New England and participation in the New England Power Pool. A registered professional engineer in the state of Massachusetts and a senior member of the IEEE.