East Meets West
Jason Snyder is a senior program manager in the EnergyRight organization of Tennessee Valley Authority.
It's always fascinating hearing from those who are doing the hard work in the utility world of implementing the latest and greatest in technology innovation, and in this case, it just happens to be what you will be hearing about at Electrification 2020. Here we have two experts from opposite sides of these vast United States. Sacramento Municipal Utility District and Tennessee Valley Authority, who both are diligently focused on electrification as key parts of their decarbonization strategies.
East meets west, and in this case, cleaner air is something we all can agree on.
PUF: What's your role at TVA?
Jason Snyder: I'm a senior program manager in TVA's EnergyRight organization and my team manages programming for business and industrial consumers.
PUF: You work a lot on innovation and apparently on electrification as well.
Jason Snyder: That's right. It's been kind of an innovative task for us. Electrification fell into my bucket early on. As we've moved our program portfolio in this direction, it's helped to get the innovation side of our team going.
PUF: Why is electrification important to TVA? TVA is one of the largest utility organizations in the nation. Why is electrification important to you all?