North Carolina’s Fayetteville Public Works Commission on July 22 announced the hiring of Timothy Bryant as the utility’s next CEO and General Manager.
Bryant, who brings over 25 years of utility experience to PWC, is PWC’s 10th CEO/General Manager and will join PWC August 14. Since September 2022, Mick Noland has served as Interim CEO/General Manager following the resignation of Elaina Ball in August.
Bryant comes to PWC from Florida Power and Light Company where he has held numerous leadership roles since 2008. FPL is a subsidiary of NextEra Energy.
Bryant most recently served as Director of External Affairs for FPL where he worked as a liaison between FPL and its stakeholders in the development of Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Economic Development, Community Relations, and Environmental across Florida.
A former power plant manager, Bryant was instrumental in the operations and maintenance of three FPL Energy Centers. He also served as General Manager of Wind Central Maintenance that led the restoration of wind turbine fleets across North American before moving into External Affairs.
Before NextEra Energy, he worked for Southern Company in Birmingham, Alabama, where he led a multi-discipline engineering team in designing simple-cycle and combined-cycle power generation facilities and environmental control systems.
A native of Goldsboro, North Carolina, Bryant began his utility career in 1997 with power generation engineering roles with Black & Veatch Corporation.