He is the
member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and has joined the
Energy Research Centre at NUL. He holds a PhD in electrical/electronic
engineering from the university of Leeds and teaches electrical/electronic
engineering courses in the Department of Physics and Electronics at NUL. His research interests include: assessment of
conventional and pumped storage hydropower’s benefits to transmission systems,
renewable energy integration strategies (using hydro), simulation and
optimization models for operational improvements.