Andrew Reid is a Senior Engineer in Con Edison's Research & Development department in New York City. His primary focus with Con Edison R&D will be to work with internal stakeholders to shape, execute and manage projects that drive the adoption of new technologies that address strategic needs and operational sustainability for the electric business.
Prior to joining Con Edison, Andrew has worked in Japan for Yokagawa Electric Company in their Industrial Automation department designing new analytical products for process control. He has also worked at Infineon Technology's Wireless Solutions Business, later acquired by Intel, performing field tests of baseband software for many popular mobile phones on the market today. The last 5+ years, Andrew worked at GE Global Research with diverse internal and external teams to conduct leading-edge applied research to generate innovative solutions in the Energy vertical. In his role as project and task leader in GE's Controls, Electronics, & Signal Processing organization, his work areas included Control & Communications Systems for Battery Energy Storage, Electric Vehicle Infrastructure for Smart Charging and embedded electronics for Distribution Network Observability & Controllability.
Andrew graduated from Lehigh University with a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Minor in Japanese. His interests include maximizing the value equation and bringing technology to the masses as well as audio, photography, cooking and exploring the planet with his wife Brittany.