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.


Expert Summary

Mr. Aleksander Aleksandrov is an associate in the Electrical and Renewable Group at -30- Forensic Engineering. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Lakehead University. Since joining -30- Forensic Engineering in 2017, Mr. Aleksandrov has been involved in over 200 quality assurance and commissioning of large rooftop photovoltaic systems. In 2019 his role within -30- Forensic Engineering has expanded to participating in analysis of root cause and origin of major electrical failures. Before joining -30- Forensic Engineering, he worked for electrical contractors as project manager/project coordinator. During that time, he was responsible for building rooftop photovoltaic arrays on Toronto and Peel Region school board.


  • 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 Engineers Ontario, Engineer in Training

awards and achievements

  • Honour Roll (Academic Achievement), Humber College