Ahmed Mousa, M.S.E.E.

Ahmed Mousa, M.S.E.E., has over 15 years of experience in planning, design, operations, project management, training, Distributed Energy Resources grid impact , energy efficiency, Demand Side Management/Demand Response, electric vehicles impact, Voltage VAR Optimization, AMI, transmission & distribution short/long-term load relief, load forecast, emergency response, risk management, IT, climate change, non-wire alternatives in power generation, T&D, and substations. He has been employed by Con Ed, PSE&G, PEPCO, and First Energy.

Currently the Principal Engineer at PSE&G in the Electric Delivery Planning section, he is responsible for managing power system generation, transmission and distribution simulation studies, developing the short and long range substation forecasts, analysis and load relief, performing short circuit studies, performing breaker duty analysis, developing transmission and distribution station and feeder designs, and reviewing large customer demand proposals.

Mr. Mousa is an Adjunct Professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology teaching graduate-level electrical engineering courses and serves on the New Jersey Association of Energy Engineers and the Rutgers University Cyber Security boards. Mr. Mousa is the Founder/CEO of The Electric Bridge Consulting firm and has written three books as well as various engineering continuing education courses.

Ahmed was Con Ed's substation planning manager responsible for the 10/20/30 year sub-transmission substation, distribution and 4 kV load relief plan. Ahmed worked at the Energy Control Center and as project manager for SCADA EMS project and President Obama’s D.O.E. stimulus grant. He has also served as the technical lead or adviser for Clean Energy Future (NJ Governor’s 100% Renewable Energy Initiative), Systems of the Future / Utility 2.0, Con Edison’s 20-year electric, gas, and steam integrated long range plan, EVs-AMI-Smart Home, and energy storage (solar, VVO, DMS/ADMS, Smart Grid, DERs, Microgrid).

Awards include Con Ed’s ALVA Award for 21st Century. Mr. Mousa received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Stony Brook University and later a master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College.