EGSA names Mustafa as first-ever CEO

The Electrical Generating Systems Association has named Mir M. Mustafa as the first-ever CEO of the on-site power organization.

Mustafa started work this week to manage day-to-day management and staff activities for EGSA.

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“Mir’s background, leadership skills, and relevant experience coupled with his passion to serve and grow EGSA clearly make him the best choice for our first-ever CEO,” said Kurt Summers, EGSA Board President, and President and CEO of Austin Generator Service. “This is a watershed event for EGSA, and I couldn’t be more excited about our selection.”

EGSA’s membership includes more than 725 companies, covering manufacturers, distributors-dealers, contractors, engineers, service firms and end-users for on-site gen-set systems. It also serves as a leading authority on development and monitoring of performance standards for the on-site power industry.

“EGSA members provide the essential products and services that secure and strengthen our nation’s critical infrastructure through distributed on-site power generation,” said Mustafa. “I’m absolutely thrilled at the opportunity to serve our members and lead such a dynamic and important organization.”

Prior to leading EGSA, Mustafa was vice president and general counsel for BuildingAction, a Washington, D.C.-based coalition advocating for energy efficiency and sustainability infrastructure legislation.

He also was executive director-energy and infrastructure for e-On Batteries, an energy storage firm, and served as executive director-business development for the National Electrical Contractors Association.

 Mustafa holds a Juris Doctor degree from John Marshall Law School and a BA from the University of Illinois-Chicago.

National executive search firm Kittleman & Associates was retained by EGSA to recruit the first-ever CEO for the group.

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