Lucas DeLong Appointed Chair for IEEE Hydroelectric Power Subcommittee

Lucas DeLong, Kleinschmidt Associates

Kleinschmidt Associates, an engineering, regulatory, and environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Lucas DeLong, Electrical Engineer, has been appointed Chair of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Hydroelectric Power Subcommittee.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Hydroelectric Power Subcommittee engages in developing and maintaining standards, guides, and technical presentations in the area of hydropower while facilitating information exchange among interested parties in emerging technologies, new developments and advanced techniques in the hydroelectric field.

As Chair, Lucas will be responsible for planning and management of meetings, membership requests, communications with standards working groups, and reporting. At Kleinschmidt, Lucas specializes in designing electrical control systems for hydropower facilities.

"We are excited to see Luke's hard work and abilities recognized by his peers at IEEE," says Michael Parker, Systems Engineering Section Manager with Kleinschmidt, "His leadership on the Hydroelectric Power Subcommittee will continue to advance the level of electrical engineering practice."

"My involvement in the IEEE Hydroelectric Power Subcommittee has connected me with a network of industry experts. The discussions with these folks, both inside and outside of the technical scope of the subcommittee, is a great opportunity to learn. In coming meetings, we will discuss topics ranging from turbine governor terms and definitions to a smart hydroelectric Power Plant technical guide. I look forward to serving the subcommittee as Chair," says Lucas DeLong.

Source: Kleinschmidt Associates


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