Glenn Williams

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.

Recent Articles By The Author

Nuclear Power Gaining Traction

Spiraling energy costs are refueling interest in Japan and the U.S.

Fear of Cold Changes Energy Policy

Policymakers may pay generators to hold on to nuclear and upgrade coal.

Dynegy Deals Could Change the Game

Dynegy is emerging as a serious independent power producer.

Clean Energy Is Big Business

Exelon and NRG Energy are battling it out in Illinois.

A Bad Transmission

Energy companies: Avoid new investments in New York State.

North America's Energy Is Booming

Despite geopolitical troubles, North America is essentially energy independent.

Williams: No New Nukes for You

Williams: No New Nukes for You

A U.S. nuclear renaissance is not likely to gain traction.

No New Nukes for You

A U.S. nuclear renaissance is not likely to gain traction.

Railing Against Coal

Across the nation, utilities cannot get access to steam coal due to rail bottlenecks.

Coal Is Not as Dire as Reported

The most efficient plants will survive and continue to supply power for years to come.