People

Our staff is comprised of top-level professionals who have established areas of expertise in the engineering, financial, management, and executive levels of utility, energy, consulting, and manufacturing industries.

We rely on the collective and diverse talents of our seasoned professionals to ensure the success of each project.

  • Charles E. Wilson

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    Why EIG? “As a founding partner of EIG, I believe our greatest strength can be found in our dynamic range of industry experience, accumulative knowledge-base, flexibility, attention to details, overall expertise, and degree of professionalism.”

    Charles “Chuck” Wilson’s dynamic expertise covers a broad spectrum of terrain in the electric and energy supply arena, including development, permitting/licensing, engineering, design, construction, commissioning, and operation of telecommunication and electrical generation, transmission, and distribution systems. Wilson holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Lowell and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, specializing in power engineering from Northeastern University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in several states, including MA and RI, and maintains a current record with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). Wilson is also a Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • John J. Marczewski

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    Why EIG? “EIG is committed to upholding the highest technical standards with integrity, professionalism, and excellence at all times. We want to be your go-to source for solving problems and meeting challenges.”

    As one of the founding members of EIG, John continually leverages his expertise and experience in many key aspects of electric power system projects and technologies. His past work includes assignments in development, engineering/design, construction, and operation of distribution, transmission, and generation projects as the industry has evolved through utility deregulation and establishment of competitive power markets. This work has included many diverse efforts such as state-of-the-art high voltage DC and controllable AC transmission technologies, renewable energy, and high-speed railroad electrification. John holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a Master of Engineering in Electric Power Engineering degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in several states, a member of the National Association of Professional Engineers (NSPE), and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • Carol A. Currier

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    Why EIG? “At EIG you’ll find a team of professionals who are adept, conscientious, and dependable.”

    Carol A. Currier’s more than 25 years of experience includes leading numerous senior-level analytical projects in the electric utility business at one of the Northeast’s largest electric utility companies. Areas of specialty involve stakeholder engagement, collaboration, and coordination of regulatory filings, reporting, compliance, transmission tariffs, manuals, rates, and cost allocation. In her most recent role at National Grid, Carol was a Principal Analyst within the Strategic Initiatives Group, where she was responsible for driving the implementation of a number of New York regulatory audit recommendations while meeting associated reporting requirements. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management at Assumption College, where she was an inducted member of the Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society.

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  • Douglas R. Czarnomski

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    Why EIG? “I enjoy the opportunity of working on the large variety of projects and with the high-level clients that EIG’s integrity and reputation attract.”

    Doug Czarnomski brings over 26 years of domestic and international power systems experience to EIG in the areas of design, project execution, project management, commissioning, technology development and expert consulting. Doug began his career as a design engineer at Automatic Switch Company, responsible for design, production and commissioning of various types of design-build electrical switchgear and PLC-based control systems.. He then joined ABB Power Generation, where he developed US power plant electrical designs, executed several US and international projects and was electrical project manager for several large engineer-procure-construct (EPC) combined cycle projects. Doug holds an MBA as well as a BS in Electrical Engineering. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Connecticut and Hawaii and is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • George DeLoureiro

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    Why EIG? “EIG gives me the support necessary to be successful as a Project Manager while treating me as a professional and allowing me the freedom and flexibility to do my job.”

    For close to 20 years, George DeLoureiro has been managing projects in a broad spectrum of industries in varying technologies with total project values ranging from $200,000 to over $40 million through all facets of the project lifecycle. His leadership experience includes managing National Grid’s projects for electrical facilities ranging in scope from distribution system additions to the upgrade of a 50+ mile transmission power line, managing the implementation of Xenergy/ConEdison Solutions’ energy efficiency projects, and serving as the System Manager of a nuclear power plant for Northeast Utilities. George holds a Master’s degree in Management and a BS in Electrical Engineering. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP) certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

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  • Rich Dupre

    Rich Dupre

    Principal Engineer
    Email: richd@eig-llc.com

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    Why EIG? “EIG brings a high level of experience, thoroughness, and commitment to each project we engage, regardless of size and scope.”

    Richard Dupre has spent more than 40 years in the electric power business acquiring an expertise in the areas of transmission line engineering, project management, project licensing, detailed line design, materials procurement, construction project management, facilities commissioning, and O&M support.

    Richard began his career with National Grid USA (formerly New England Electric System) as a Co-op training student at Northeastern University while earning his Civil Engineering degree. Upon graduation, he served as Associate Engineer, and later as Principal Engineer where he was responsible multiple transmission line projects. In 2004, Richard became a Consulting Engineer who led a multi-disciplined team of internal and external work force responsible for licensing, permitting, engineering, and scheduling of all Capital Transmission Line Projects in New England.

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  • Mike Feinman

    Mike Feinman

    Consulting Engineer
    Email: mikef@eig-llc.com

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    Why EIG? “EIG provides me the opportunity work with great people and to apply my experience and expertise to interesting assignments.”

    Mike Feinman brings 40 years of experience in the power transmission and distribution (T&D) business to EIG. Prior to joining EIG, Mike held several leadership positions, including a variety of roles in management, planning, and engineering in support of T&D operations, at National Grid USA Companies. Mike holds an MS and a BS in Electrical Engineering as well as an MBA. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Mike is also credited for authoring/co-authoring several technical papers and articles on automatic vehicle location systems, and field force automation

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  • Francis J. Flynn

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    Why EIG? “I most enjoy collaborating with my colleagues at EIG and interacting with our clients on diverse assignments.”

    Frank Flynn has over 33 years of experience in several capacities of the electric power industry, including design, development, commissioning, project engineering, project management, and control center operations. Additionally, Frank has extensive knowledge in power system operations at both the local and regional levels. Prior to joining EIG, Frank worked for National Grid USA Companies. In addition to working on and managing various projects, he represented National Grid on Northeast Power Coordinating Council’s (NPCC) Task Force on Infrastructure Security and Technology, for a time serving as its chairperson. Frank holds an MS and a BS in Electrical Engineering and is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.). He is also a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • Robert D. Galgano

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    Why EIG? “Without at doubt, the best part of working at EIG is the people. This includes both the folks that work for EIG, as well as our clients.”

    Bob Galgano brings over 22 years of broad experience in electrical engineering and energy supply to EIG, including planning, design, construction, and operation of electrical distribution, transmission, and generation systems. Prior to joining EIG, Bob worked for National Grid USA Companies, one of the largest utilities in the US, where he led in the areas of distribution planning and engineering, transmission planning, and later in project management. Bob holds an MS and a BS in Electrical Engineering. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • Michael J. Hager

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    Why EIG? “EIG has a great team of professionals with extensive experience in the utility industry that has shown they can successfully manage complex and challenging projects for its clients.”

    Mike Hager brings over 30 years of experience in the power generation, power marketing/origination and transmission businesses to EIG. Mike has held executive level positions in the utility industry and has provided leadership in the areas of capital planning/project management, power supply portfolio management, audits/self-assessments, corrective action programs, regulatory policy and compliance. He has extensive regulatory experience at state and federal levels including participation in regional power pools. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Hartford and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts.

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  • Peter W. Jeans

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  • Dick Jones

    Dick Jones

    Principal Consultant
    Email: dickj@eig-llc.com

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    Why EIG? “EIG delivers efficient, effective, and responsive engineering services to its clients.”

    Richard Jones has 30 years of experience in the electric utility field with significant practice as an independent consultant. His areas of expertise include electrical switchyard design and engineering with a specialty in Gas Insulated Substations, project engineering and management, equipment failure investigations, and equipment contingency planning. As an independent consultant before joining EIG, Richard’s assignments included providing owner’s engineer services for

    Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc., National Grid USA, Northeast Utilities, and PG&E NEG and Gen Power. Richard holds an MS in Electric Power Engineering and a BS in Electrical Engineering. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • Gregory P. Klabon

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    Why EIG? “I believe EIG provides a comprehensive and outstanding skill set based on our collective industry experience, attention to fine details, responsiveness to customers’ needs, exceptional interpersonal abilities, and wide-ranging business relationships.”

    Greg Klabon’s experience encompasses the entire range of development, design, construction, commissioning, and operation of electrical transmission and distribution systems. Greg’s professional background includes working for several engineering groups and serving as a project manager at a regional consulting firm that specializes in electric power engineering. His broad range of professional expertise provide a solid background for his role at EIG in the areas of electric power industry consulting, engineering, and project management. Greg holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Degree from Gannon University and a Master of Engineering Degree in Electric Power from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and is also a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society.

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  • Todd G. Kopoyan

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    Why EIG? “Our clients have come to depend on EIG's expertise, integrity, and professionalism.”

    Todd Kopoyan has over 17 years of experience in the electric utility and energy delivery business. While his primary expertise is in substation engineering and project management, he has had roles in transmission line project management, distribution engineering, system impact study preparation, wind farm development, and submarine cable siting. Prior to joining EIG, Todd worked at New England Electric System Companies, which have since been acquired by National Grid USA. He holds an MBA and a BS in Electrical Engineering, concentrating in Power Engineering. Todd is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.).

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  • Edward Krizauskas

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    Why EIG? “EIG is technically capable, knowledgeable, and focused.”

    Ed Krizauskas brings over 27 years of experience in the electric utility industry to EIG in the areas of transmission, distribution and generation system protection and control engineering and non-utility generation interconnections. Prior to joining EIG, Ed held leadership roles at New York State Electric and Gas/Rochester Gas and Electric and also worked for Atlantic Electric Corporation and New England Electric System. Ed holds a Master of Engineering degree in Electric Power Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) and is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • Daniel J. Lorden

    Daniel J. Lorden

    Principal Consultant
    Email: danl@eig-llc.com

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    Why EIG? “EIG is a relatively small company without the overhead and administrative burden which is often part of a large organization. I have greatly enjoyed and flourished in this environment and our clients have benefited from the expertise, time, and attention we can offer them.”

    Daniel J. Lorden has accrued over 30 years of experience in the electricity industry performing senior-level project and corporate management functions related to high-voltage transmission development, HVDC systems, power plant development, and energy asset acquisition. Areas of specialty include CCGT generation technology, HVDC transmission technology, submarine cable technology, and EPC contracting. Dan is a member of the IEEE and Cigré and has co-authored the EPRI HVDC Handbook. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University and a Master of Science in Electric Power Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Dan conducts work from EIG’s College Station, Texas office.

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  • Robert M. Misterka

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    Why EIG? “EIG’s staff has the breadth and depth of experience that can be relied upon to get its client’s jobs done successfully.”

    Bob Misterka has more than 44 years of experience in the electronics and the electric power industries, working in various capacities including design, development, engineering, and project management. Throughout his tenure at EIG, Bob has developed an expertise in supervisory control projects by designing, programming, and supervising the installation of Remote Terminal Units (RTUs) at several substations and other facilities. He is a Registered Professional Engineer with an Electrical Engineering Degree from Northeastern University. He also holds a Juris Doctor from Western New England School of Law and is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar. Bob has served as chairman for National Grid’s Substation Integration Steering Committee where he was responsible for guiding the development and integration of new communication and control technologies into transmission and distribution substations.

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  • Melinda J. Nadeau

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    Why EIG? “I enjoy the flexibility that EIG offers me while providing me with a rich and challenging project environment in which to work.”

    Melinda Nadeau brings over 20 years of experience to EIG with specialties in the areas of telecommunications, protection, integrated substations and legal compliance. After earning her degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, she went on to earn a Master’s in Business Administration and certificate of Paralegal Studies from Assumption college and a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School. Melinda’s experience includes managing and participating in various projects within National Grid departments such as Protection & Telecom Operations, Control & Integration and Voice & Data Applications, in both the engineering and field arenas. Through these projects she has developed skills in communication and training, project management, design and implementation, leadership and innovation.

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  • Diana Peterson

    Diana Peterson

    Administrative Assistant
    Email: dianap@eig-llc.com

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    Why EIG? “I appreciate the people I work with at EIG because they are professional, organized, and responsive.”

    Diana Peterson brings a wealth of administrative experience to her role as a part-time administrative assistant at EIG. Having amassed over ten years of professional experience in the corporate environment, Diana has honed the ability to effectively interact with all levels of management, clients, and vendors. Prior to joining EIG, Diana held administrative roles at Fidelity Investments and Whitney Place, Salmon Family of Services.

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  • Mark H. Peterson

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    Why EIG? “I decided that I wanted to work for a premier and highly respected group of professionals, who has the reputation of being a leader providing services that allow me to get back into the field working on construction projects where my true passion and enjoyment resides"

    Mark Peterson’s experience encompasses the entire range of development, design, construction, commissioning, and operation of electrical transmission and distribution systems. Marks’s professional background includes working for several electric utilities working up through the ranks as a technician, supervisor and manager within the Protection Operation. His broad range of professional expertise provides a solid background for his role at EIG in the areas of Project management, Outage planning and commissioning engineer. Mark holds an Associate of Electrical Engineering Degree from Thames Valley State Technical College.

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  • Alan D. Roe

    Alan D. Roe

    Consulting Engineer
    Email: alanr@eig-llc.com

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    Why EIG? “I enjoy being involved in a variety of interesting projects and being part of an organization that is well respected within the industry.”

    Alan Roe brings over 30 years of international experience to EIG with a specialty in the areas of project feasibility/risk assessment, interconnection application process, power system analysis, outage and resource planning, business development, and asset management. After earning his degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Leeds Metropolitan University (UK), he went on to take qualifications in health, safety, and leadership management. Roe’s leadership experience includes managing National Grid’s asset health team, serving as Director of Transmission Asset Strategy, and co-chairing the Energy Council of the Northeast’s (ECNE) Reliability & Asset Management committee. Roe is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering Society (PES).

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  • Michael E. Rook

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    Why EIG? “I enjoy the level of challenge and complexity that EIG projects offer.”

    Michael Rook has spent more than 28 years in the electric utility industry, including nine years in an engineering consulting role. Prior to joining EIG, Michael gained expertise in engineering and project management of large facility, fossil generation and hydroelectric generation projects at National Grid USA. Earlier in his career, he worked at Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company and O’Brien & Gere Engineers. Michael holds a BS in Civil Engineering and is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) as well as Certified Title 5 System Inspector in Massachusetts.

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  • David E. Rutana

    David E. Rutana

    Project Coordinator / Analyst
    Email: daver@eig-llc.com

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    David E. Rutana

    David E. Rutana has over 40 years of experience in several capacities of the electric power industry, including control center operations, dispatching, outage coordination, and power system security. Prior to joining EIG, Dave worked for National Grid USA Companies. In addition to working on various projects, he represented National Grid on the ISO-NE Joint New England Nuclear Operators Group, the Voltage Task Force, and the Transmission Operations Working Group.



    Expertise
    •Control center operations
    •Dispatching
    •Outage coordination
    •Power system security

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    Experience
    •Over 40 years of electric utility industry experience
    •Served in various control center, dispatching, and power system security operations roles at National Grid USA
    •Minute to minute dispatch for normal economic, secure, and reliable interconnected or emergency operation of the REMVEC satellite and participant facilities
    •Utilization and improvement of advanced applications including power flow, state estimation, security analysis and real time monitoring
    •Generation and transmission outage coordination between various participants of REMVEC I or II, other New England local control centers, and ISO-NE
    •Miscellaneous interface with Dispatch IT department concerning system EMS upgrades

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    Leadership
    •Hands on training of new system operators
    •Member on the ISO-NE Joint New England Nuclear Operators Group
    •Member on the ISO-NE Voltage Task Force
    •Member on the ISO-NE Transmission Operations Working Group

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    Education
    •NERC Certification: Reliability System Operator (2000 to current)
    •Energy Council of the Northeast (ECNE): Leadership Course (Sep 2007)
    •Iowa University: System Operations Course (1980)
    •New England Electric System: Dispatcher’s Development Program (Mar 1979)
    •Northbridge High School: Diploma (Jun 1970)

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  • Scott H. Ryder

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    Why EIG? “Experienced, client-committed, and capable, EIG provides its clients unparalleled service.”

    Scott Ryder has spent more than 40 years in the electric power transmission business. During that time, he has been responsible for all phases of transmission line project development, management, and operation, including support of planning studies, project licensing, detailed line design, materials procurement, construction project management, facilities commissioning, O&M support, and real estate transaction coordination. Scott began his career with National Grid USA, one of the largest utilities in the US, where he gained increasing responsibilities until his retirement in 2002. As a Consulting Engineer at EIG, he specializes in transmission line project management. Scott holds an MS in Management Science and Engineering and a BS in Civil Engineering. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.), a Licensed Construction Supervisor, and member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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  • Masheed H. Saidi

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    Why EIG? “Integrity, professionalism, and great engineering are three reasons I enjoy working at EIG.”

    Masheed has 30 years of experience in various areas of the electric utility business. Prior to joining EIG, Masheed held senior executive positions at New England Electric System (NEES), then at National Grid USA after its merger with NEES. Masheed has a broad range of highly visible corporate experience, including P&L and service delivery responsibility for the transmission business in the US. She also has extensive experience working with high-level federal and state government and regulatory officials. Masheed holds an MS in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University. She is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.).

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  • Joseph R. Sierra

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    Why EIG? “It has always been a goal of mine, to be part of the EIG team. The high quality of the people that make up EIG and the top of the line services they deliver to their customers has always made me want to be a part of it.”

    Joe Sierra has 35 years of utility related operations and planning experience. Joe was a support team member for NEPOOL’s Real Time Energy Management Control Systems and the Long Term Generation System Planning and Generation Outage Planning functions. He served on one of National Grid’s Legacy companies’ Generation and Transmission Marketing units, administering the suite of Operating and Use Agreements for the 2000Mw HVDC Interconnection between New England and Hydro-Quebec. Joe’s most recent work has been managing National Grid’s (NG) Engineering Laboratory team of Engineers and Technicians in support of NG’s Transmission and Distribution system. He has served as President of the Oxford Lions Club and on the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of Central Massachusetts. Joseph earned his Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree with an emphasis in Power Systems at University of Rhode Island.

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  • William F. Sullivan

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    Why EIG? “As leaders in the world of energy, we pride ourselves on our combined industry expertise and knowledge.”

    Bill Sullivan has over 30 years of experience with engineering, construction, and operation and maintenance in the electric power generation industry. His areas of expertise include project management, engineering management, asset management and project engineering. He has experience with coal and oil-fired plants, natural gas combined cycle plants and nuclear plants. Bill attended Northeastern University where he earned both BS and MS Degrees in Mechanical Engineering. While there, he was inducted into the Pi Tau Sigma and Tau Beta PI honorary fraternities. Bill is a Registered Professional Engineer in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and is a career-long member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

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  • Thomas E. Sullivan

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    Why EIG? “At EIG, you’ll find top-level performers who are competent, experienced, and committed to delivering top quality work.”

    Tom Sullivan has 30 plus years of electric utility experience as an employee and consultant to National Grid and its predecessor companies. His most recent experience was as the Director of Transmission Investment Management. Tom holds a Masters degree in Biology from Boston University and a Bachelors of Science degree from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse. He is a Certified Arborist and Massachusetts Licensed Forester. Tom is active in professional organizations and currently serves as a Director of the Utility Arborist Association. In 2004, he received the Utility Arborist award from this organization. Governor Paul Cellucci appointed Tom in 2001 to the Board that manages the Massachusetts State Park system. He is currently President of the Princeton Land Trust and Chairman of the Wachusett Mountain State Park Advisory Council.

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  • Sean Vallieu

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    Why EIG? “EIG comprises seasoned problem solvers who are experienced and proactive. Working on various interesting projects with such talented, down-to-earth professionals in a company that truly values its employees as shown by its actions is a true delight.”

    Sean Vallieu has accrued a broad range of experience over his more than 18-year career covering power generation, transmission, and substation experience in both the commercial and military sectors. His areas of focus include project management, operations, maintenance, capital projects, equipment, and safety/regulatory compliance.
    Presently, Sean is concurrently acting as a Project Manager and Owner’s Engineer for GE-EFS overseeing the modification of the Con Ed 345kV Goethals Substation to a ring-bus due to tariff requirements of interconnecting the VFT Merchant Transmission Project located in Linden, NJ to the Con Ed system. Sean holds a Bachelor of Science degree from College of New Jersey.. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Power Engineering

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  • Randall Wentworth

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    Why EIG? “You’re never alone while working on any project at EIG. The extensive depth of knowledge is always accessible, and teamwork is not a token phrase, but part of our culture.”

    Randall Wentworth has 37 years of experience in electrical distribution and transmission, specializing in operations planning and management, outage planning and restoration, and project management. Prior to joining EIG, Randy advanced from a rated overhead line worker when he began his career to ultimately becoming the Director of Operations of the combined Central and Western Districts (Bay State West) of National Grid USA before accepting a voluntary early retirement offer upon National Grid’s merger with KeySpan. Randy has a four-year School of Industrial Management certificate, and holds BSG, AST, and AS degrees.

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  • Scott Wilson

    Scott Wilson

    Principal Consultant
    Email: scottw@eig-llc.com

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    Why EIG? “Our team is knowledgeable, responsive, proactive, and fully-invested in achieving successful outcomes.”

    Scott Wilson has over 29 years experience in electric power substation construction, maintenance and operation, including extensive involvement in the specification, manufacture, testing and installation of distribution and transmission class electrical equipment. Scott began his career at Westinghouse Electric Corporation in 1983 as a Field Service Engineer responsible for the repair, maintenance and installation of electric power and distribution equipment. Scott’s duties at National Grid also included numerous stateside and international manufacturing facility visits to perform quality control inspections and witness acceptance testing. Scott has been a member of various Doble Client Committees and chaired Doble’s Insulating Fluids Committee. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Lowell.

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  • Susan E. Woodward

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    Why EIG? “At EIG, you’ll find truly good people who possess both integrity and heart. I love working for a company where I can make a difference everyday and where having a voice here not only matters, but is respected.”

    Susan Woodward brings a wealth of experience to EIG in the areas of professional project management, communication, research, development, human resources, and office administration. As a Trust Officer and Technical Consultant for the Chase Manhattan Bank for over 19 years, she was responsible for providing technical support and managing special projects. During her time at Chase, Sue also played a key role in developing, documenting, and implementing departmental policies and procedures. Since joining EIG in 2001, she has assumed a multitude of responsibilities that help keep the office running as a well-oiled machine. Her organizational, administrative, and communication skills are critical to the success of the company. Sue is a graduate of the Stone School of Business of New Haven, CT.

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