About USPC

Problem Solving Based on Global Experience

USPC started operations in the early 1990’s and became incorporated in New Jersey in 2001. Its roots are the US electric and gas utility industries; with USPC senior staff bringing years of experience at major utilities, financial institutions, and agencies conducting development overseas.

USPC staff has a unique knowledge base derived from hands-on experience in the power sector worldwide with particular depth of knowledge of the paths followed by successful world-class utilities in power projects in generation, transmission, interconnection, clean fuels, efficiency and renewable energy applications.

USPC believes that the success of a project is primarily dependent on the close attention that needs to be given to the client’s requirements and the local experience and technical knowledge of the USPC staff assigned to the project.

USPC has had hands-on involvement and contributed to the growth of power in East Asia (e.g., China PRC and Hong Kong SAR), the transition to market economies in Eastern Europe (e.g., Romania, Georgia), use of renewables in South Asia (e.g. Pakistan), application of renewable energy and energy efficiency practices in Latin America (e.g., Colombia, Peru), major efforts to rehabilitate the infrastructure of Middle East & North Africa countries in conflict or post-conflict environments (e.g. Iraq, Yemen & Libya), and assist countries in transitioning to more stable  economies (e.g. Jordan, Turkey).

USPC believes that many power sector development strategies that have been used in advanced power systems as well as proven themselves in power sector development of countries in East Asia can be successfully implemented elsewhere in the world.

Geographic Experience

U.S. Power Consult’s staff has significant project experience in: Asia (China, Hong Kong SAR, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Afghanistan); Eastern Europe (Serbia and Montenegro, Romania, Georgia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland); Eurasia and Former Soviet Union (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan); Middle East/Northern Africa (Jordan, Turkey, Iraq, Egypt, Yemen, Libya); Latin America (Colombia, Peru).

Project Financing

International Financing institutions for which USPC has provided services or technical support include:
Asian Development Bank
The World Bank Group
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
European Union
International Finance Corporation
Inter-American Development Bank
Islamic Development Bank
Bilateral funding agencies (USTDA, USAID)
Private funding companies and foreign governments

Recent Clients

U.S. Power Consult has been very active in international and domestic projects. Some of the recent clients and project participants include prominent private, government, and international organizations and firms.
Asian Development Bank
Government of Hong Kong - Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
China Center for Clean Energy Technology (CCET), Shanghai, China
Center for Clean Energy & Power (CEP), Jiangsu, China
Government of Hong Kong - Economic Development and Labor Bureau
U.S. Trade and Development Agency
Serbia and Montenegro - Electric Power Industry of Serbia and Ministry of Energy and Mining
National Electric Power Company, Jordan
National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, Pakistan
Ministry of Electricity and Ministry of Oil, Iraq
Public Electricity Corporation, Yemen
General Electricity Company of Libya
National Power Transmission Co, Vietnam
China Huaneng Group
ISAGEN, Colombia
Comvex, Romania
Nexant, Inc., USA
SMEC Intl., Australia
Camp, Dresser & McKee (CDM International Inc., Hong Kong)
United Nations Development Program


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