Aleksandar Aleksandrov

Associate, Renewable Energy
Direct: 647-484-6693

Our Associates perform on-site investigations to determine origin and cause of complex losses. Their process: examine and collect evidence, take on-site photos, interview witnesses, conduct testing in our lab and analyze data to produce technical reports that are clear and concise.

 

SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Photovoltaic QA/QC
  • Project Management
  • Electrical Engineering

academic background

  • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario, 2013
  • Electrical Engineering Technologist (Control System) Program, Humber College School Of Applied Arts And Technology, Toronto, ON, 2011

additional courses

  • Certified Level 1 Infrared Thermography

Professional Experience

30 Forensic Engineering
Associate—Renewable Energy
March 2017 – Present, Toronto, ON

  • Perform quality assurance and inspection of commercial rooftop PV solar systems
  • Report test results and deficiencies of quality assurance programs for commercial rooftop PV solar systems

Junior Electrical Engineer
March 2014 – October 2014, Toronto, ON

  • Assist in performing QA/QC inspections of commercial rooftop solar systems
  • Troubleshoot failures and performance anomalies
  • Conduct research and analysis of components to determine suitability for application
  • Generate reports on collected data and deficiencies
  • Perform Infra-Red inspection on connections and power electronics
  • Ensure solar system installation meets the Ontario Electrical Safety Code requirements

Fitzpartick Electrical Contractor 
Project Coordinator
August 2016 – March 2017, Uxbridge, ON

  • Conduct site visits and create progress reports
  • Perform commissioning tests of PV systems
  • Coordinate variety of tasks with sub-contractors
  • Inspect if electrical work has been installed following the OESC
  • Research compatibility of new components used in installation
  • Provide training and guidance about solar installations to all employees
  • Organize materials and manpower for multiple ongoing projects

Climbpower Canada Inc.
Project Manager
December 2014 – June 2016, Toronto, ON

  • Organize materials and manpower for multiple ongoing projects
  • Provide training and guidance about solar installations to all employees
  • Communicate and coordinate with clients and suppliers
  • Create data reports on system performance as well as progress reports
  • Troubleshoot and problem solving when issues occur
  • Keep track of employee development
  • Prepare quotes for installing electrical portion of projects
  • Delegating work and allocating manpower to meet deadlines and stay within project budget
  • Read and analyze shop drawings of projects

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES and ASSOCIATIONS

  • Professional Engineers Ontario, Engineer in Training

awards and achievements

  • Honour Roll (Academic Achievement), Humber College
 

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