Energy Expert Witnesses

ENERGY Expert WitnessesEnergy is defined as the capacity for doing work, and is found in two basic forms—potential and kinetic. Potential energy is stored energy, which may be chemical, nuclear, gravitational, or mechanical, while kinetic energy is derived from movement.

ForensisGroup energy expert witnesses study and work with all forms of energy, such as thermal, electrical, chemical, nuclear, and solar. Many of these experts are scientists and engineers who have specialized skills and education for a variety of roles in the field of energy.

Engineers engage in various projects which involve design, analysis, specification, testing, and failure investigation of power systems, products, and equipment. These projects can be in different types of facilities, like industrial nuclear, coal, and gas fired power plants, and renewable generation facilities.

Our energy expert witnesses have experience researching, developing, and implementing new technologies in power systems and operations to enhance the reliability and efficiency of power systems. They work on smart grid solutions and emerging technologies; develop and implement strategies for energy storage operations; conduct qualitative research on energy technology, markets, and costs; and draft consulting reports on energy issues and projects.

They also lend their expertise to management of due-diligence and technical reviews, and conduct design reviews for compliance with industry practices and compliance with electrical codes and regulations. They consult on testing, specifications, and experimental designs, as well as providing performance analysis.

ForensisGroup is a full-service company that specializes in expert witness referral. Submit An Expert Request Form or call 1-800-555-5422 today to receive highly qualified energy expert witnesses suited to the specifics of your case, as well as initial consultations at no cost nor obligation.


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