Mohamed K. Kamaludeen
Mohamed Kamaludeen is the Director of Energy Storage Validation at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). His group leads the nation’s energy storage effort by validating and bringing Technologies to Market (T2M). This includes designing, executing, and evaluating a research, development, and demonstration portfolio that accelerates commercial adoption of next-generation grid storage technologies. He is known for developing novel clean energy projects at scale through strong private sector led, government enabled innovation and collaboration framework.
Kamaludeen has over 15 years of experience in the Electric Utility Industry, which spans the breadth and depth of the electric system planning process. This includes Engineering and Design, Forecasting, Sub-Station Planning and Energy Storage. He is a change management leader with a record of building energy storage businesses within the regulated business (Con Edison of New York). With a portfolio exceeding 120MW of Utility Owned and Third-Party projects, he positioned Con Edison to advance energy storage development and meet NYS CLCPA objectives.
Kamaludeen holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from The City University of New York (CUNY). He also holds a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering and Economics, both of which was completed at CUNY. His current research interests include Energy Storage Systems, Distributed Energy Resources and Integration of clean energy technologies in the electric grid T&D architecture.