Flux designs solar, battery and EV charging projects. Our expertise in change management allows us to tackle exciting projects with the newest technologies and aggressive schedules.
By collaborating with our clients, we provide the leadership and organization that drive projects to their schedule, budget and quality targets.
We love working in the distributed energy industry but given the complexity and fast pace of our projects, it is inevitable that challenges will arise. We demand accountability and honesty of ourselves and all project partners.
We provide clear technical direction to inform decisions and translate complex concepts into detailed construction drawings. We respond promptly and succinctly to deliver projects on schedule.
Our success comes with our customer’s success, and we always remember that. We always pick up the phone, and we move quickly to keep your projects on track.
Integrating 21st-century technology into an old electric grid is hard work, but we love the challenge. We keep things positive and collaboratively solve problems.
Project Developers hire us to win bids and manage projects.
EPC Contractors subcontract engineering, and interconnection work to us.
Equipment Vendors rely on our engineering, and development expertise.
Property Owners count on us to represent their interests through the entire project life cycle.
Project Financiers rely on us for cost-effective and high-quality project execution.
LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS
Certified WBE by the Supplier Clearinghouse
Certified WBE by the City of Los Angeles
Licensed Professional Electrical Engineer in the State of California, Texas, Arizona and Nevada
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
“AMS uses Flux Energy to handle the variability in our workflow. Flux Energy is responsive, flexible, provides high-quality Project Management & Engineering services on short notice, and is well placed in areas where we do business.”
— Yanni Kapranos, Director- Regional Development, Advanced Microgrid Solutions
MEET THE TEAM
ALISON BROWN, PE
Alison Brown has over 15 years of experience in renewable energy. She has worked with solar, battery, electric vehicle, fuel cell, and smart grid technologies on projects ranging from remote, off-grid cabins to industrial microgrids. She is passionate about making strategic design decisions to eliminate risks early in a project. In 2016, Alison founded Flux Energy Systems to provide cost effective engineering solutions for alternative energy projects.
Alison holds a B.A. in Physics from Middlebury College and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She was a recipient of the 2009 Transatlantic Renewable Energy Fellowship. She is an active member of the LA Chapter of WRISE and was the director in 2020.
Project Manager, Operations Manager
Amalia Lopez is responsible for managing the Flux team and our subconsultants to ensure high quality, timely deliverables of every project milestone. She has overseen solar, electric vehicle charging and battery energy storage projects across the state of California. Additionally, Amalia is responsible for completing project proposals.
Amalia started her professional career working in the energy industry for large Oil & Gas Corporations in both upstream and downstream operations. Her background in critical infrastructure brings a high level of organization and attention to detail to Flux and all her projects. She has a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Jesus holds an A.S. in CAD and Design, an A.S. in Drafting and Design Arch/Civil and an A.S. in Civil Technology. Over the past 17 years, Jesus has drafting Structural, Architectural and Plumbing plans. He has also been a tutor, lab assistant and teacher assistant for Santa Ana College teaching CAD Drafting and math. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging with his family and friends, doing jigsaw puzzles, following and photographing eclipses and other celestial events.
ANDREW FEDERICO, PE
Andrew Federico is responsible for the interconnection design, system modelling and cable design for Flux’s battery storage and solar projects. His reports have been peer reviewed and approved by some of the top engineering firms in the country. With over 2 GWh of experience in battery energy storage, Andrew knows how to validate project design for all extreme design scenarios.
Prior to working at Flux, Andrew completed coordination studies for power plants and distribution systems and evaluated transmission systems across the Midwest. He has a Bachelor of Science: Mechanical Engineering Degree along with an Energy Engineering Minor from the University of Colorado, at Boulder. He is a licensed Professional Electrical Engineer in the states of California and Colorado.
AHANA MUKHERJEE, LEED AP
Ahana Mukherjee leads the design engineering team at Flux and is responsible for the overall system design of solar, electric vehicle and battery energy storage projects. She has completed nearly 2 GWh of battery energy storage projects, over 400 ports of EV charging stations and consulted on preliminary designs for four municipal fleet electrification projects.
Additionally, Ahana has over 5 years of land development experience working on grading and drainage design, wet utilities, and stormwater management for both residential and commercial projects. She holds a BS in Civil & Environmental Engineering from UCLA and an MS in Civil Engineering with a focus on Energy, Civil Infrastructure, & Climate from UC Berkeley.
Rigo started his engineering career in the construction industry working as an electrical estimator. He has worked on large and small scale projects ranging in scope from industrial to commercial projects. One of his main goals is to achieve his Professional Engineering license to further his engineering experience. He also has a great deal of interest in learning about Hydropower and Hydroelectricity and how to maximize its power in order to create an alternative to fossil fuels. By implementing his creative thinking and design ideas, he hopes to one day lead the world towards a better future of sustainability. He has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from San Francisco State University.