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President, Aqua, Essential Utilities Inc.
Arnold was named to her current role upon the closing of Essential’s acquisition Peoples. She was previously deputy chief operating officer for Aqua. Prior to that, Arnold held the roles of director of water quality and environmental compliance, where she organized and oversaw the Compliance Assurance Program, which ensures compliance with environmental regulations and permits for all Aqua operations, as well as manager of treatment and water quality at Aqua Pennsylvania.
Vice President, State Policy and Member Services, PJM Interconnection, LLC
In his role at PJM, Asim advises on energy policy matters and is responsible for engaging and fostering relationships with members of state and federal government in PJM’s 13 states and the District of Columbia. Until early 2019, Asim was the chairman and chief executive officer of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO).
Vice President, Technical Services, PECO
Singh is responsible for the overall management of PECO’s electric assets and system performance, including distribution equipment and standards, distribution capacity planning, project management, reliability and maintenance programs, vegetation management, investment strategy, and contract management. PECO serves 1.6 million electric and more than 525,000 natural gas customers in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Senior Director, Strategic & Regulatory Affairs, Archer Public Affairs
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