TNEI is delighted to welcome Max McFarlane and Kevin Dowling as the latest recruits to its growing Glasgow office.
Max, an Electronic and Electrical Engineering graduate from the University of Strathclyde, has experience on various data-orientated projects from classifying qualitative hypotheses. He has specialist skills in power system analysis, protection and economics and is able to contextualise and convey the significance of data analytics. His work at TNEI will focus on Mathematical Modelling and Machine Learning approaches within Data Analytics which will involve the implementation of novel network analysis techniques in LV distribution networks, improving DNO investment efficiency with increasing penetration of Low Carbon Technologies and Distributed Generation.
Kevin has a degree in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering and also recently graduated from the University of Strathclyde. He has extensive knowledge on power systems from their initial design specifications right through to operation and protection and carried out a feasibility study for the large-scale deployment of solar PV in Glasgow. Kevin will be joining the Networks and Innovation team and will be working on collaborative studies with some of our larger clients.
TNEI has seen a recent increase in innovation work, such as the National Grid and Scottish Power Energy Network Black Start project, and the addition of Max and Kevin will further strengthen its service offering in this area and facilitate growing demand.
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