Electrical Power System Engineering, Energy Management & Sustainable Energy
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Licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario,Canada
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Served as Lecturer in 2007-2008
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I did my Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from NEDUET in 2006. I worked as Trainee Engineer in Pakistan State Oil Company before joining NEDUET as Lecturer in July 2007. Then I came to Canada in September 2008 and started MASc from University of Waterloo with specialization in Energy Management & Sustainable Energy.
For the last eight years, I have been involved with engineering consulting companies Genivar, WSP and currently Stantec. I have provided services in Electrical distribution and control system design, power system studies, on-site commissioning support etc for Mining, Industrial and Buildings clients.
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