Prof. Dworkin Nominated to EPRI Executive Committee
August 4, 2009
Professor Michael Dworkin has been nominated by the Electric Power Research Institute's (EPRI) Governance and Nominating Committee to one of the six seats on the Executive Committee of EPRI's Board of Trustees. This will become effective and public at the EPRI Annual seminar and Board meeting in Palo Alto on August 4-6, 2009.
EPRI is a $300-$325mm/year non-profit research center jointly funded by the utilities of the US, with moderate input from Japan, Canada, France, South Africa, etc. Its bylaws call for the 33 member Board to have 18 investor-owned-utility members, 9 co-op or muni "public-power" members, and 6 non-utility 'outside' directors.