The Electrical Generating Systems Association has named Mir M. Mustafa because the first-ever CEO of the on-site energy group.
Mustafa began work this week to handle day-to-day administration and workers actions for EGSA. Previously these duties have been dealt with by an affiliation administration firm.
“Mir’s background, management expertise, and related expertise coupled along with his ardour to serve and develop EGSA clearly make him the only option for our first-ever CEO,” stated Kurt Summers, EGSA Board President, and President and CEO of Austin Generator Service. “This is a watershed occasion for EGSA, and I couldn’t be extra enthusiastic about our choice.”
EGSA’s membership contains greater than 725 corporations, masking producers, distributors-dealers, contractors, engineers, service companies and end-users for on-site gen-set programs. It additionally serves as a number one authority on improvement and monitoring of efficiency requirements for the on-site energy trade.
“EGSA members present the important services and products that safe and strengthen our nation’s vital infrastructure by distributed on-site energy era,” stated Mustafa. “I’m completely thrilled on the alternative to serve our members and lead such a dynamic and vital group.”
Prior to main EGSA, Mustafa was vice chairman and normal counsel for BuildingAction, a Washington, D.C.-based coalition advocating for vitality effectivity and sustainability infrastructure laws.
He additionally was govt director-energy and infrastructure for e-On Batteries, an vitality storage agency, and served as govt director-business improvement for the National Electrical Contractors Association.
Mustafa holds a Juris Doctor diploma from John Marshall Law School and a BA from the University of Illinois-Chicago.
National govt search agency Kittleman & Associates was retained by EGSA to recruit the first-ever CEO for the group.