Charles Revell was born in Columbus, Georgia and currently resides in Mount Dora, Florida.
He received a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech and is a register professional engineer in Florida.
Charles has spent the majority of his career working with electric utility companies. His first job was with Tampa Electric Company where he served as a transmission engineer. Subsequently, Charles was a principal at several engineering consulting companies and provided services for numerous electric utilities across the country. He came to the City of Mount Dora in 2004 and has been responsible for managing the City’s electric utility.
- Planned the transmission systems for Tampa Electric Company, the City of Lakeland, and Florida Keys Electric Cooperative
- Helped create a new municipal utility for San Marcos, Texas
- Served as an expert witness before the Public Service Commissions of Texas, Maryland, Alabama, and Florida
- Provided consulting services including rate studies, power supply planning, contract negotiations, economic modeling, and software development
- Managed the installation of a new transformer at the Mount Dora Substation
- Implemented safety/training programs and market-based compensation for the City’s electric utility staff
- Managed efforts to restore power and make repairs after Hurricane Irma
Charles is married and has three grandchildren who keep him busy. He enjoys traveling, bicycling, and attending local cultural events in Florida.