Title: Design Electrical Engineer
Location: Woodbury, New York, United States
Jonathan-Paul Kaye, Design Electrical Engineer at PSEG, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electrical engineering.
Since 1989, Mr. Kaye has provided his skills and expertise to PSEG, the electric transmission and distribution system serving all of Long Island and a portion of New York City. He became involved with electricity at an early age, recalling that as early as three years old he was fascinated by it. Since then, he has more than three decades of experience. In addition to working for PSEG, he is the president and owner of the Uninterruptable Traffic Control Systems Inc. He has worked in this venture since 1995. Earlier in his career, Mr. Kaye garnered experience as an electrical engineering supervisor with Long Island Lighting Co./Key Span Energy, as an electrical engineering supervisor for Grumman Aircraft and as an electrical engineering supervisor at Dayton T. Brown.
After graduating from high school, Mr. Kaye followed his interest in electricity to New York Institute of Technology. He received a Bachelor of Technology in electrical engineering in 1983. In his career, his achievements include a patent on uninterruptible traffic controls, an inexpensive system to be utilized as a primary or backup unit capable of operating both with a 12-volt, 24-volt, 48-volt, 120-volt, or 240-volt Air Corps or DC power supply, or capable of operating on solar power, or used as a standalone system. He considers the backup traffic light to be the greatest achievement in his career thus far.
In addition, Mr. Kaye is a committee member of Inflated Cables and Conductors (ICC). At this organization, Mr. Kaye assists in dealing with underground transmissions, which are underground high voltage cables. He has maintained professional affiliation with the IEE since 1989.
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