Ray Love, P.ENG.
Ray Love received a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan in 1989. Ray has worked in the power utility, power generation, pulp and paper and consulting sectors primarily in Alberta and Saskatchewan. His work in the power and industrial sectors include Operations, Maintenance, Engineering design and management and Project Management. His work in the consulting sector has been primarily focused on Oil and Gas midstream and refining projects. Ray’s experience includes industrial networks, PLC and DCS control systems, UPS and DC systems, EHT, Area classification, standby generation, thermal, gas, hydro, biomass and wind generation, distribution and transmission up to 500kV, Engineering Management, Project Management and Commissioning, as well as successfully lead several root cause failure analysis investigations. Ray is a Professional Engineer registered in the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. He is a member of the IEEE.
GREG ZEDERAYKO, P.ENG.
VICE PRESIDENT, PARTNER
Greg Zederayko received a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan in 1978. Greg is the Vice President of GP Technologies Ltd., and has worked in numerous capacities within the power utility, electrical service, manufacturing, automation and sales sectors of Alberta and Saskatchewan, as they relate to the utility, oil and gas, pulp and paper, wood products and petro-chemical industries. This has provided experience in transformers, switchgear, ground fault systems, generation, transmission, distribution, protective relaying, system coordination, programmable controllers, communication networks and student instruction. Greg is a Professional Engineer registered in the Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. He is a current member and former local executive member of the IEEE.
DANIEL LANG, P.ENG.
Daniel Lang received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta in 2010. His professional practice has focused on the design and analysis of high, medium and low voltage power systems for heavy industrial customers, mainly within the petroleum and petrochemical sectors. Daniel’s main areas of expertise are protection and control design of highly-critical power systems, as well as specialized power system modeling, including dynamic machine simulations, voltage stability, and forensic fault analyses.
Daniel is a Professional Engineer registered in the Province of Alberta, and a member of the IEEE.