Welcome Leo St. Hilaire, Expert in the Transmission Professionals Community- [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]
- Jan 17, 2022 10:12 pm GMT
The power sector needs to constantly grow and adapt to the needs of its customer base, and amid the growing amount of renewables on the grid that more than ever before means the proper buildout and maintenance of the transmission infrastructure. Distributed assets and ever-changing real-time markets for electricity have introduced new challenges for transmission professionals, but the rate of new grid modernization tools similarly brings about new opportunities. All told, it may be the most exciting point in time to be involved in transmission since the original build out of the electric power grid.
Because of that rapidly changing nature of transmission, the Energy Central Community takes special notice of the importance in information sharing and promoting lessons learned by experts in this sector. Specifically with our Network of Experts, we seek to bring you access to leaders across the transmission industry that can offer an inside peek into the high-level discussions taking place by energy industry experts. And today we have the great pleasure of introducing the latest industry leader who has agreed to be a part of that network, Leo St. Hilaire. Leo is a Middle East Technical Advisor for Manitoba Hydro International, backed by a career that's given him the inside view of everything going on in transmission systems across the globe, making him the perfect expert for our Transmission Professionals community.
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