Generator Paralleling Switchgear and New Innovations


Tuesday – September 24, 2013 

Optimizing today’s technology for increased reliability and functionality.  We will investigate leveraging the increased sophistication of digital synchronizing and loadsharing controls (onboard generator or located in paralleling switchgear) and integration with Power System Controls and Load Management.

Speaker:  Doug Kristensen
Doug Kristensen is Chief Operating Officer of IEM overseeing operations in Fremont, CA and Vancouver, BC.
Kristensen has over 25 years’ experience in power systems switchgear and control experience in various senior roles in operations, sales, marketing and product development.  He is actively strengthening the IEM operation to reflect the Company’s growing design expertise and its ability to deliver custom equipment for larger projects.  He looks forward to bringing both his experience and passion for power system solutions to IEM and assist with process/product integration of all IEM business units and establishing IEM as the premier power systems/quality provider in the industry.  Kristensen graduated from SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary, AB with diplomas in both Power and Chemical Engineering Technology.


Tuesday September 24, 2013

5:30 pm (Arrival/relax time)
6:00 pm (Presentation)
7:00 pm  (Dinner)


Sinbad’s Restaurant
Pier 2 The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA  94111   415.781.2555
(short walk from Embarcadero BART)


$25 (Pre-Pay with Eventbrite, Please Print & Bring Receipt).
$25 (At the door).  Email pre-registration qualifies the registrant for our drawing at dinner.  Please email for reservations and to qualify for the drawing.

Student Members:
$10 (at the door) discounted cost for first 5 reserved IEEE Student Members.


Brandon Yee   510-220-4486
YEI Engineering (Oakland)