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GlidePath Power LLC
120 N. York Street, Suite 220
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Elmhurst-based GlidePath ...
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Elmhurst-based GlidePath Advanced Energy Solutions is developing the batteries, which will be remotely monitored, Chris McKissack, vice president with GlidePath, said Tuesday.
said the best way to describe the facility is like a shock absorber for the electric system.
"When theres too much energy, it absorbs it," McKissack
said of the facility.
has one facility under construction in McHenry, McKissack
said, and facilities in Joliet and West Chicago.
"We havent seen any evidence that property values would be impacted, McKissack
It could take up to 18 months for the facility to start operating, he
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Chris joined GlidePath Power with 15 years of energy experience.
Prior to GlidePath, Chris held advancing roles in engineering, project management, transmission, and power marketing at Lincoln Renewable Energy and was instrumental in bringing 500MW of wind and 40MW of solar to construction.
Prior to this, Chris
was responsible for engineering, construction, and testing critical transmission & distribution equipment at GE Energy and ComEd, an Exelon Company.
Chris earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago.
He is also a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Illinois as well as a Project Management Professional (PMP).
NJ Renewable Energy Facilities Solar Farms - Engineering Firm - Jefferis Engineering Associates, LLC
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Click here to see our letter of recommendation from Chris McKissack who is the Engineering Director for Lincoln Renewable Energy, LLC.
About - Team - Lincoln Renewable Energy
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Chris McKissack , Engineering Director
has 10 years of engineering experience in the design and installation of thermal and renewable energy projects.
Prior to joining Lincoln Renewable Energy, Chris served as an Engineering Program Lead at GE Energy where he was responsible for engineering, procurement and construction for transmission, distribution and wind farm substations.
Prior to GE, Chris worked in a variety of engineering roles with Exelon.
Chris holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois and has an established Record with NCEES.