Edward Dobrowolski Elevated to IEEE Fellow
ATLANTA – Edward J. Dobrowolski, standards developer at the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, was elevated to Fellow member by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), effective January 1, 2015.
The grade of IEEE Fellow is conferred upon a person following a rigorous evaluation procedure completed by the IEEE Fellow Committee, which identifies nominees with an outstanding record of accomplishments. Dobrowolski received the honor and elevation for his leadership in interactive control center technology.” An IEEE Fellow is the highest grade of membership.
“NERC is pleased and excited that Ed received this highly regarded recognition for his work,” said Mark Lauby, senior vice president and chief reliability officer at NERC and also an IEEE Fellow. “Ed is an industry leader in power system operations and has been instrumental in developing technically sound standards that help assure the reliability of the North American grid.”
Prior to NERC, Dobrowolski worked at KEMA Consulting as a senior principal consultant and at PECO Energy in Philadelphia for 27 years, where he served in many positions, including project manager for the Energy Management System procurement.
Dobrowolski earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electric Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management from Drexel University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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Posted On: 11/25/2014