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John Dulude, PE, MBA

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John Dulude
 

Senior Vice President | Energy Transition & Impact Assessment and Permitting

 

+1 843 977 1441 (Office)
+1 843 291 7480 (Mobile)
505 N U.S. Hwy 52 #205
Moncks Corner, SC 29461

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John is a Senior Vice President at J.S. Held and leads the Energy & Environmental Advisory service line within our Environmental, Health & Safety practice. With over 40 years of domestic and international industry experience, John has spent much of his career in the power sector, with expertise ranging from hydroelectric, fossil, nuclear, wind, and solar generation as well as transmission facilities, system reliability, capital investment assessment, generation mix analysis, finance, equipment selection, and load profiles. His project management experience spans North America, Africa, China, Vietnam, and Kazakhstan.

John has decades of project management and oversight experience on complex projects, overseeing and driving the regulatory process, environmental requirements, and operational needs of a project or program. He has performed project energy assessments and financial alternative analysis as part of the overall fleet due diligence efforts. John has significant transmission design experience, heavy civil construction, regulatory permitting, coal waste management, energy economics, system portfolios, and dispatching analysis. He has also performed substantial work in dams and dam safety areas, including static and dynamic stability analysis, hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, including dam break analysis.

John holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from The Citadel and an MBA from Charleston Southern University.


Professional Registration:

PE 19821 / AR [State of Arkansas Engineering License]

PE 10316 / SC [State of South Carolina Engineering License]


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