Glenn Williams has more than 30 years of experience in power and fuels, including design, engineering, construction, startup and operations of large-scale power projects. He has had direct involvement with coal plants, natural gas facilities, and approximately half of the nation's nuclear power facilities and designs energy strategies for regulated and unregulated energy organizations.
He is an experienced public speaker and published author on a variety of strategic management and energy policy issues. Williams directly managed professional staffs of over 200 members, worked with three former attorneys general and provided management consulting to senior members of regulated utilities and energy service organizations. He received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University and a master's degree in technology management from the University of Maryland.
The country's oil and gas reserves could have provided a way out.
Its business faces many challenges, from wind farms to federal regulators.
MIT professor Moniz has physics, engineering background DOE needs.
Nat-gas price moves will have different effects on each of the three major power producers.
For investors, it should be clear there is no such thing as a national grid.
Where cash flow is king.
Let's give all domestic energy sources the same incentives.