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Dale Dolan

Dale Dolan

Professor Dale Dolan


Phone: 805-756-2495
Office: 20A-205
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)


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Professor Dolan is the Department Chair of Electrical Engineering at California Polytechnic State University with experience in renewable energy projects, education and advanced motor drives. He has published research on the construction of a wind turbine emulator using advanced motor drives and on the modeling and construction of a novel virtual air gap variable reactor. He is past chair on the board of directors of Windy Hills Caledon Renewable Energy, past chair of the OSEA (Ontario Sustainable Energy Association) Board and was an executive chair of the 7th World Wind Energy Conference 2008 (WWEC 2008). He is a past member of the management committee for the Ontario Green Energy Act campaign striving to implement the most progressive renewable energy policy in North America. His research interests involves sustainable/renewable energy generation, wind power generation, power systems, electromagnetics, power electronic applications for distributed generation, grid connection impacts of renewable generation, energy policy promoting widespread implementation of sustainable power generation, sustainable energy project economics and sustainability of technologies. He is committed to making renewable energy a strong component of the world’s supply mix to reduce greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.


  • Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto, 2009
  • MASc. Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto, 2005
  • BASc Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto, 2003
  • Bachelor of Education, University of Western Ontario, 1997
  • Bsc., Zoology, University of Western Ontario, 1995

Teaching and Research Interests

  • Sustainable/Renewable energy generation
  • Wind Energy Generation
  • Power systems
  • Electromagnetics
  • Power electronic applications for distributed generation
  • Grid connection impacts of renewable generation
  • Sustainable energy project economics
  • Sustainability of technologies
  • Energy policy promoting widespread implementation of sustainable power generation



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