Scott E. Miller has over 19 years of experience in electrical power engineering. He received a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from California State University, Long Beach in 1990. Scott continues to take courses related to Electrical Power Engineering.
Since March 1997, Scott has been an independent consulting engineer and business owner. Omega Battery Systems, Inc. was originally acquired to sell batteries and engineering services for emergency and standby power systems. In April 2000, the battery sales portion of the business was sold to allow for concentration on Electrical Engineering services under the name Omega Power Engineering. In April 2009, Scott E. Miller, P.E., Inc. was formed to provide Electrical Engineering and energy-related services.
Scott uses his expertise to design power distribution and energy systems for a variety of clients. These clients typically include heavy industrial manufacturing facilities, electrical contractors, architects, computer data centers, hospitals, hotels and commercial businesses. Scott designs everything from large high-voltage electrical substations to commercial lighting projects as well as providing expert witness services for litigation purposes. This includes industrial and commercial power distribution systems, onsite and distributive generation, emergency power systems, energy management and computer simulations for coordination and power quality studies. He has been a leader in designing solar energy power systems. Scott has also designed many traditional generation systems using diesel and gas turbine generation technologies as well as providing the necessary studies to justify the costs. He is skilled with using various software power system simulation packages including ETAP.
Scott started off his career working in the petrochemical industry designing power systems for oil refineries including Texaco, Mobil and Ultramar. Scott then worked in the processed food industry designing power systems and process controls for Nestle and Hunt-Wesson. He designed and built several large high-voltage utility substations to allow the plants to purchase power at transmission level voltage. Scott has managed many multi-million dollar projects.
Scott is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), a member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and a fellow in the Institute for the Advancement of Engineering (IAE). He is also a Registered Electrical Engineer in California, Arizona and Tennessee and an AEE Certified Energy ManagerŪ (CEM). Scott has served as Chair (1999) and Treasurer (1998) of the IEEE Los Angeles Council, which has over 10,000 members in the Electrical Engineering profession.
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