About Rashpal Brar

Electrical engineer Rashpal Singh Brar most recently served as a Project Manager and Consulting Engineer at a shipyard in Gujarat, India, a position he held for more than six years. In this role, he designed electrical substations, in addition to overseeing their construction, managing daily operations, and ensuring proper maintenance. Rashpal Singh Brar also regularly produced analyses of the control and relay systems, conduit and foundation plans, and control schematics of electrical substations.

Prior to his work in Gujarat, India, Rashpal Brar provided engineering services to several municipal utilities in California. During his nearly 20-year career as an electrical engineer in California, Mr. Brar carried out a number of important duties, including the creation of electrical substation designs, the calculation of electrical loads and cost estimates, and the assessment of utility contracts and bids. He also supervised utility employees and negotiated contracts with labor unions.

Registered in California as a Professional Electrical Engineer, Mr. Brar belongs to the International Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He also maintains status as a Certified Engineer-in-Training in the State of California. Mr. Brar attended Punjab Engineering College in India, now known as the PEC University of Technology at Chandigarh. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in the 1980s after a year of pre-engineering courses and four years of intensive study at the university. He is skilled in the use of several software programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access; Primavera; CYME Power Engineering Software; and ETAP, a program for the analysis and design of electrical power systems.

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