Product Manager, Data Center Solutions
BATTCON TECHNICAL COMMITTEE MEMBER Dan Lambert has over 30 years of commercial and industrial electrical experience. He has worked with AC and DC power systems since 1983, installing, maintaining and repairing UPS and rectifier systems with a primary focus on mission-critical power systems. Dan has experience in the Electrical industry from the perspectives of a Certified Journeyman Electrician, a Critical Systems Service Technician, a Global Service Manager, a Systems Engineer, and as a Product Manager. Installing, maintaining and testing stationary battery systems since 1985, Dan has worked with many of the commercially available battery chemistries, and has extensive experience with battery monitoring and fault detection. He has contributed to large scale energy storage analysis projects, and has investigated mechanical and electrical energy storage systems, as well as various chemical storage systems. Dan is currently a member of the IEEE Power and Energy Society and serves as the chairperson for the IEEE Energy Storage and Stationary Battery Committee’s IEEE 1491 Battery Monitoring Working Group. He has been a presenter and discussion panel member at the Battcon International Stationary Battery Conference in the past, as well as contributed to several other battery related conferences.