SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced today that its Board of Directors appointed Barry Anderson as Vice President of Emergency Preparedness and Response, Patrick Hogan as Vice President of Electric Operations Asset Management and Mallik Angalakudati as Vice President of Financial and Resource Management in Gas Operations.
"Barry, Patrick and Mallik have outstanding track records at several of America's leading utilities," said Tony Earley, Chairman, CEO and President of PG&E Corporation. "We look forward to their many contributions at PG&E as we continue to strengthen our organization and ensure that we are providing safe, reliable and affordable service to our customers."
Anderson has served as interim vice president of a new emergency preparedness and response organization that PG&E created on March 15. He will oversee PG&E's company-wide emergency management initiatives including logistics support, communications, alignment with local governments, and resource and damage modeling. This new organization is reflective of PG&E's commitment to implementing industry best practices so that the company can respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and natural disasters.
Anderson has more than 30 years of experience within the electric utility industry. He joined PG&E in 2011 as senior director of electric distribution system operations. Prior to joining PG&E, he was the senior director of network operations for Florida Power and Light (FPL). Some of Anderson's responsibilities in his previous roles included emergency management, power restoration, and implementation of smart grid technologies. Anderson received a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University and his MBA from Nova Southeastern University.As Vice President of Electric Operations Asset Management, Hogan will be responsible for all aspects of PG&E's asset investment and reliability strategies, including the implementation of industry best practices in controls, systems and standards.