PSEG CNO and President Tom Joyce re-elected as USA Board Chairman: USA Board Meeting in Colorado Springs draws nation’s utility leaders
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The Utilities Service Alliance (USA) Board of Directors gathered in Colorado Springs, CO., recently to conduct its annual meeting and reelected Thomas P. Joyce, President and Chief Nuclear Officer of PSEG Nuclear for a second term as USA Board Chairman, said USA’s President and Chief Executive Officer Carl Parry. Joyce has served as chairman of USA since July 2010 and will continue in this role through June 2014.
“I am very pleased the Board unanimously reelected Tom as our Chairman,” said Parry. “During the past two years, under his leadership, we have made great strides toward our objectives of performance improvement at all of the stations in our fleet as well as significant economic benefit. This will certainly help ensure we are able to continue our progress.”
Joyce has led Newark-based PSEG (Public Service Enterprise Group) Nuclear since 2008 with more than 36 years of commercial nuclear power experience. Joyce served as senior vice president of operations at PSEG Nuclear since June 2007. In that role, he was responsible for the safe, efficient operation of the Salem Unit 1 and 2 and Hope Creek generating stations. He had previously served as the site vice president of the Salem station where he led the station to numerous performance records.
“It is an honor to be selected again to lead the USA Board of Directors,” said Joyce. “The changing regulatory environment and economic conditions continue to impact the nuclear industry. By working together as the USA fleet, we can overcome these challenges and ensure safe and reliable operations.”
USA’s membership is comprised of eight of America’s leading electric utilities operating 14 nuclear reactors located at 10 stations. Collectively, they generate 13 percent of our country’s nuclear electric power. Its two major objectives are to improve individual plant and fleet performance and to reduce operating and maintenance costs.
Utilities Service Alliance, Inc is a non-stock, membership corporation established in 1996. It functions as a non-profit cooperative and is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of nuclear executives from member utilities that include: American Electric Power; DTE Energy; Energy Northwest; Nebraska Public Power District; Omaha Public Power District, PPL; PSEG and; Xcel Energy.
SOURCE Utilities Service Alliance, Inc