Himali Parmar performs analysis in generation, transmission, and ancillary services valuation; transmission studies; and utility restructuring. Her expertise includes forecasting transmission congestion and losses and their effect on locational power prices and plant dispatch in the U.S. power markets.
After earning a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Wisconsin, she was an intern with the American Transmission Company. She did load flow and contingency analysis to develop short-and long-term transmission system plans for the transmission planning group. While a student at University of Wisconsin, Ms. Parmar was a teaching assistant for undergraduate courses in the Electrical Engineering Department.