Dan Lorden lectures at University of Wisconsin

Daniel J. Lorden, EIG Principal Consultant, once again brought his expertise to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus to lecture for the college’s High-Voltage Direct-Current (HVDC) Power Transmission course in April, 2016.

Dan’s presentation, “North American DC Project Development by Non-Traditional Utilities,” included details of all North American DC projects in operation, construction, and development. He also discussed the prime-movers driving DC project development and the role non-traditional utilities are playing.

Dan has accrued over 30 years of experience in the electricity industry performing senior-level project and corporate management functions related to high-voltage transmission planning; project development and execution; HVDC systems; CCGT power plant development; FERC, ISO, NERC and associated Reliability Council process management; and energy asset acquisition. In addition, Dan served as co-author of the EPRI HVDC Handbook.