Flux Energy Systems offers project management and engineering services for renewable energy and electric vehicle charging projects.
Our expertise in implementation 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.
When our customers need us, we are ready. We quickly adjust to changing goals, and we never have red-tape.
We can translate complex technical concepts to boardroom slides or installation-ready drawings. We communicate frequently yet succinctly.
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, interconnection, and permitting work to us.
Equipment vendors rely on our industry, project 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
Licensed Professional Electrical Engineer in the State of Texas
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ALISON BROWN, PE, PMP
Alison Brown has over 12 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 mountain cabins to industrial microgrids. In 2016, Alison founded Flux Energy Systems to simplify the design and installation of alternative energy projects. When not working, Alison enjoys all that LA has to offer: her family, trail runs, the beach and exploring fantastic food scene.
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 currently the Director of the LA Chapter of WRISE.
Mufaddal Hussain has a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from The University of Delaware with a concentration in Sustainable Energy Technology. For his capstone design project, Mufaddal led a team of four engineers in the design, build and testing of a hydrogen-powered generator. The Mechanical Engineering Department recognized his team with an award for the best working prototype.
After graduation, Mufaddal moved to California to pursue a career in the renewable energy industry. He has three years of experience designing photovoltaic, battery and, EV charging systems for commercial and utility-scale projects.
Mufaddal’s enthusiasm for renewable energy extends beyond his work. In his spare time, he educates his community about clean energy technology. His goal is to be a business leader in the clean energy industry.
Since 2006, Alison, a.k.a Al, has been active in renewable energy from residential PV to utility-scale solar controls applications in the US and abroad. She employs a consultative, problem-solving approach to her work and customer interactions. She has worked at fast-growing start-ups and leading global players to build long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships and helped bring sanity and success to the often wild west world of sales. Although not an engineer, she often finds herself playing one at work. Al received a B.S in Environmental Science from Oregon State University and was a German-American Fulbright Scholar in Berlin where she interned at the German Solar Industry Association. A mother of two, Al enjoys any form of outdoor adventuring, including horseback riding through the sagebrush outside her home in Central Oregon.