San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Short Description of the Presentation
The circuit breakers are essential to the control of
electricity and protection of the electrical equipment.
Over the last more than a century these devices have
evolved significantly and are now available with in-built
intelligence. The networking capability of these
devices provides data at appropriate time and location
for decision making thus improving the management of
the electrical energy.
Steve Agarwal has over 35 years of experience in the
electrical industry. He has a Bachelor’s degree in
Electrical Engineering and a Master’s degree in
Business Administration. He is a member of the IEEE
Industry Applications Society and Power Engineering
For the last fifteen years, he has worked with
Schneider Electric/Square D company in Los Angles.
He has the responsibility of working with the large endusers,
consulting engineer firms and contractors for
the industrial and water/wastewater projects. He has
been actively involved in assisting with the design of
MV and LV systems for Amgen, Beckman Coulter,
Boeing, Lockheed Martin, NBCUniversal, Neutrogena,
Northrop Grrumman and many other facilities. He has
worked on several large projects for the LACSD,
LADWP, MWD, OCSD and was involved in the
Carlsbad Desalination Design and Build project.
Steve worked in India with Siemens and TATAs for
more than twelve years on electrical projects for the
cement, fertilizer, paper, power generation/distribution,
steel and textile industries.
Steve has also worked in the product management of
industrial control and data acquisition software.
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