LA PRAIRIE, QUEBEC, CANADA, December 8, 2011 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who accepts Robert Isbister among the ranks of outstanding professionals on the account of his incredible work in the field of energy resources and services. Robert has proved to have the necessary abilities, vocation, and commitment to be recognized as one of the most esteemed and reliable professionals in his line of work, both as General Manager with Alstom Grid Canada Inc as well as throughout his 23 years of professional career.
Alstom is present in 100 countries all over the globe and employs 92, 700 staff members. Alstom Grid is a world class leader in Electrical Energy Transmission. One in four light bulbs worldwide is powered by energy supplied by Alstom Power. Alstom Transport is also the world leader in providing very high speed transport infrastructure and railway systems.
Robert Isbister has been with Alstom Grid Canada Inc for the past 23 years of his life. He has dedicated all of his capabilities and resources to one company. As an electrical engineer he has developed and grown over two decades and he has been involved in various activities inside Alstom Grid. Robert has played an instrumental role in several projects to which he devoted his time, expertise, and also his passion. His life is literally his work and he never ceases to amaze his colleagues and friends with his ingenuity in finding the best solutions to a variety of issues. Energy is not present only in his profession but also in his nature. He is a consistently present figure in the company and the power of his work and his focus never seem to fade in the face of time.
The energy sector is perhaps one of the most competitive sectors of the industry. It is constantly changing and demands great efforts to keep up the pace with the technical progress and new requirements and expectations. Although he has obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Robert has continuously improved his knowledge by taking various courses over the years and updating as well as expanding his professional qualifications. He is a member of the Canadian National Committee of the International Council on Large Electric Systems (CIGRE), of the Montreal Chamber of Commerce, of the Institute of Electrical Power Engineering in Quebec, and of the Association of Electrical Industry of Quebec.