Allegheny Energy announced the election of two vice presidents. , vice president for corporate development, became vice president of Allegheny Energy Inc. , deputy general counsel, became a vice president of Allegheny Energy Service Corp. Dailey joined the company in 1991, and Burke joined in 1999.
Wisconsin Energy Corp. (WEC) announced several executive changes. retired as vice chairman of the company. Wardeberg was chairman and CEO of WICOR, Inc. prior to its acquisition by WEC in 2000. was promoted to assistant vice president of legal affairs, WE Energies. Bentley joined WE Energies in 1998 as director of legal affairs. , senior vice president of WEC and president and CEO of WE Energies, was named executive vice president of the corporation. Grigg joined the company in 1970. Paul Donovan, senior vice president and CFO of WEC, also was named an executive vice president of the corporation. Donovan joined WEC in 1999.
Aquila, Inc. announced the retirement of , retired vice chairman of Marsh & McLennon, Inc., from its board of directors after serving since 1986. was re-elected to his fourth three-year term on the board. Cain has been a director since 1992 and chairs the compensation committee. was re-elected to his third full term on the board. Green has been a director since 1993. He assumed his current role as president and CEO of Aquila, Inc., in January 2002, after serving as president and COO since 1996. also was re-elected to the board, where he has been a director since 1981. Jackson is the retired president of CharterCorp.
has been named senior vice president of government relations for AGL Resources, Inc. The former U.S. congressman will manage federal, state, and local governmental affairs for the company. Thomas served as president and CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce for six years, and, prior to that, was director of state governmental affairs for the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games. He was a congressman from 1982 until 1993. Thomas also was named federal commissioner of the Georgia, Florida, and Alabama tri-state water compacts by President Bill Clinton in 1998, and will continue to serve in this capacity.
The Energy Group International announced that has joined the company as managing partner. Formerly, Ross was a partner with Deloitte & Touche national utilities practice.
The Fuelcell Propulsion Institute has appointed as executive director. Prior to this appointment, Lyddon was a career officer in the U.S. Navy, including working with the Strategic Nuclear Plans and Policy Office in the Pentagon for the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
has been named president and CEO of NU Enterprises, Inc., Northeast Utilities competitive business division. Shivery most recently was co-president of Constellation Energy, and has over 30 years of experience in the industry.
The Emissions Marketing Association (EMA) announced that , formerly of PG&E National Energy Group, has accepted the position of president of the association. Prior to PG&E, Chartier served for four of his eight years at Wisconsin Electric Power Co. as emissions trading manager. Chartier is also a principal co-founder and past chairman of EMA.
The Questar board of directors announced four directors who were elected to three-year terms that expire in 2005. They are: , former vice chairman of Amoco Corp. and a Questar director since 1995; , retired chief executive of gas & power for BP plc; , Questar director from 1976-1997, when he resigned to serve as chairman and president of the U.S. Export-Import Bank; and , Questar executive vice president and a director since 1984.
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