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Fortnightly Magazine - February 1 2003
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California Gov. Gray Davis named Michael Peevey president of the state's PUC, replacing Loretta Lynch. Lynch was expected to remain with the commission until the completion of her term, in January 2005. Peevey has served on the commission since March of 2002. He previously was president of Edison International. Davis also appointed Susan Kennedy commissioner, replacing Henry Duque.

Richard G. Newman, chairman and CEO of AECOM Technology Corp., joined the Sempra Energy board of directors.

PG&E Corp. appointed Leslie S. Biller as advisory director of its board of directors and the board of directors of utility subsidiary Pacific Gas and Electric Co. Biller recently retired as vice chairman and chief operating officer of Wells Fargo & Co.

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Exelon's board of directors approved the promotion of former Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chair Elizabeth Moler to executive vice president of government and environmental affairs, and public policy.

Angela Speir took the oath of office as commissioner at the Georgia Public Service Commission.

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