Philip Zinck

Phil has enjoyed a progressive career spanning thirty-five years with demonstrated experience and expertise in industrial and utility power system design, power system analysis, start-up, and commissioning with emphasis on Protection and Control systems and schemes.

Phil graduated with his degree in Electrical Engineering in 1987 from the Technical University of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie University) and in 2013 received his M.Sc. (with Distinction) in Electrical Power Systems from the Electrical Engineering Programme at the University of Bath, UK.

He has successfully filled various management roles with power utilities and engineering consultants including project management, discipline engineering, sales and business development and practice area operations. Most recently, Phil successfully managed the Converters and HVac Stations contract for the 500 MW, +/- 200 kVDC Maritime Link Project and is currently managing the implementation and operation of a DC renewable microgrid on the Tampa Electric distribution network.

Phil has been and remains active in many volunteer roles with the IEEE and CIGRE, as well as serving on Council and CEO Committees for Engineers Nova Scotia.