Greg Cullen

Greg Cullen joined Energy Northwest in 1993 and currently holds the position of Vice President of Energy Services and Development.  In this capacity, Greg is responsible for Energy Northwest’s role in the Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program demonstration projects awarded by the US Department of Energy in 2020 with the goal of building two advanced nuclear reactors by the end of the decade.  He also oversees the operation and maintenance of Energy Northwest’s non-nuclear generating plants and its instrument calibration and environmental testing labs.  In addition, Greg leads the development of projects in a broad range of areas, including clean energy generation and storage, electrification, demand response, and support services.

Prior to joining Energy Services and Development, Greg held a variety of individual and management roles with Energy Northwest, including regulatory affairs, performance improvement, and several positions in support of the engineering, maintenance, and operation of Columbia Generating Station, the Northwest’s only operating nuclear energy facility.

Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Physics from Northwest Nazarene University and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington.  He also holds a Management Certification in the operations of Columbia Generating Station.

Energy Northwest is a joint operating agency serving the needs of public power by providing reliable, low-cost electricity while promoting public power activities in the region.

Speaker Details
  • Profession

    VP, Energy Services & Development

     

  • Company

    Energy Northwest

     

  • Country

    USA

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