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February 11, 2014

Jorge Carrasco

Seattle City Light General Manager and CEO Jorge Carrasco has been elected co-chair of the Alliance to Save Energy’s board of directors. Carrasco replaces Tom King, National Grid’s U.S. executive director. Carrasco joined Seattle City Light in Washington in 2004. The Alliance board also elected three members to new positions:
Iain Campbell, former vice president and general manager for Johnson Controls, first vice-chair;
William Von Hoene, senior executive vice president and chief strategy officer for Exelon Corp., second vice-chair; and
• Carolyn Green, co-founder and managing partner of EnerGreen Capital Management, LLC and former president of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Board of Commissioners in California, treasurer.

John Young, assistant general manager of the Laurens Commission of Public Works in South Carolina, has been promoted to general manager. He succeeds Dale Satterfield, who retired after more than 30 years with the commission. Satterfield will begin a new job as director of the Department of Public Works for the city of Clinton, S.C., this spring. He will replace Clinton’s current director, Mike Reddeck, who plans to retire after 30 years with the department. Satterfield began his career with the Laurens CPW in 1982 by working on the utility’s water and sewer maintenance crew; became office manager/treasurer in 1985; and was promoted to general manager in 2006. 

Susan Boggs, director of human resources and corporate support for The Energy Authority in Jacksonville, Fla., has been promoted to the newly created position of vice president of administration and chief people officer. She joined TEA in 2008. Earlier, she was director of human resources for S&P USA Ventilation Systems, LLC and the Ring Power Corp. 

Michael Picker, vice president of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s board of directors, has been appointed to the California Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Jerry Brown. Picker will resign his position on the SMUD board. The appointment requires confirmation by the California state Senate. He was elected to the SMUD board in November 2012, and elected vice chair in December.

 

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