Ahmed Mousa, M.S.E.E.

Ahmed Mousa, M.S.E.E., has over 15 years of field, planning, operations, design, project management, training, DERs, energy efficiency, DR, EVs, VVO, AMI, DMS/ADMS, load relief, forecast, emergency response, DMS, best practice/benchmarking, risk management, climate change impact, experience in generation, transmission, substations and distribution systems at Con Edison, PSE&G, PEPCO, and First Energy.

Mr. Mousa manages the entire distribution system and the 69 kV transmission system, power system modeling, distribution simulation studies, short/ long range substation forecast and load relief plans, short circuit studies, customer substation design, asset life cycle, and system outages planning at PSE&G. He is also responsible for all DERs (solar, fuel cell, energy storage, micro-grids) technical evaluations, grid impact, interconnection agreements and feeder/substation DER limits.

Mr. Mousa is also an adjunct professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) teaching advanced electrical engineering graduate courses, as well as being on the NJIT Industrial Action Board and a senior showcase judge. He is on the New Jersey Association of Energy Engineers (NJAEE) board, where they promote energy efficient technologies to reduce expenses, improve the environment and encourage economic growth, promote electric system resiliency measures and smart buildings, micro-grids, distributed generation, energy storage, fuel cell, wind, solar and voltage VAR optimization. He is also the Founder and CEO of The Electric Bridge Consulting firm, assisting large and small utilities, colleges/universities and consulting firms.