Jorge Camacho

Jorge Camacho is a registered professional engineer in the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Florida. He has maintained the underground electrical distribution system in New Orleans, supported the U.S. government with deployment of fast-response mobile microgrid facilities, taught undergrad power and control engineering courses, kicked off the MEDSIS Initiative that seeks to modernize how energy is delivered in the District of Columbia, and assisted the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority during the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.

He currently advises government entities and utilities in the areas of electric distribution planning, DER integration, and compliance with transmission planning reliability standards. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering and serves in the Main Committee of the 2017 National Electrical Safety Code ANSI C2 and the IEEE Std 1547 Conformity Assessment Steering Committee. He assisted the U.S. DOE in redacting its Modern Distribution Grid Report when he led the DCPSC Office of Infrastructure and System Planning.