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MackEE Engineering, based in North Florida, is built on expertise, integrity and a tradition of personal attention. Working with MackEE, you will benefit from first-hand electrical industry experience and an understanding of today’s digital  technology. You will receive clear communications, honored timelines and honest recommendations for the best approach to your needs. MackEE Engineering is committed to understanding your needs and meeting them, while identifying innovative suggestions or solutions that can provide additional significant value.

Bruce McHollan, P.E., is ready to assist you with more than 30 years of electric utility power, digital communications and IT expertise. Please see his CV below for specifics.

Areas of Practice

  • Electric Utility Engineering Support
  • Electric Accident Forensic Investigations
  • Development of Accident Related Reenactments and Demonstrations
  • Depositions and Expert Witness

News & Reports

US Regulators Consider the Value of Resiliency

23 April 2018 The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) told congressional lawmakers last week its commissioners are investigating ways for electricity markets to value reliability, while distancing themselves from immediate reform. The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) says the discussion follows the “concrete action taken by several states, most recently New Jersey, to properly compensate nuclear …

US electric sector provides 5% of GDP, supports 7 million jobs, study finds

The electric power industry in the United States supports more than 7 million jobs — or one in 20 American jobs — and contributes 5 percent of total gross domestic product, or GDP, says a report released Aug. 2 by M.J. Bradley & Associates. The MJB&A report, Powering America: The Economic and Workforce Contributions of …

National Grid Action Plan (Dec 2016)

The White House and the Government of Canada released the Joint United States-Canada Electric Grid Security and Resilience Strategy (Strategy) fulfilling the commitment made in March in their joint statement on Climate, Energy, and Arctic Leadership to “develop a joint U.S.-Canadian strategy for strengthening the security and resilience of the North American electricity grid,” including …