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Ray Hudson

Ray Hudson

Raymond M. Hudson is the Global Solar Service Line Leader for DNV GL.  Mr. Hudson has been involved in the power electronics and renewable energy industry since 1990 with an emphasis on power conversion and application of solar PV and wind power. The DNV GL global solar energy team he coordinates provides Independent Engineering, Owners Engineering, system design and grid interconnection assistance, solar technology review services, and operating solar asset management services. This includes the support for successful financing of over 2,500 solar power plants. He has personally been involved in reviewing inverter technology including due diligence on products from over 20 leading global manufacturers.  Mr. Hudson holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Electrical Engineering with Honors and Magna Cum Laude from the University of Missouri – Columbia with emphasis on power electronics.  Mr. Hudson holds several patents related to power conversion technology for renewable energy. 

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