John’s Corner


We’ve finally secured our first guest blogger.  His name is John Nutter, and he works in our Power Procurement unit as a Planning & Process Development Manager.  He’s going to blog about a range of topics from understanding electric basics to decoupling, just to name a couple.  Be sure to leave comments on anything you’re interested in hearing more about as well as any ideas for new topics he can expound on.

Look out for John’s first post!

In the meantime, meet John:


John Nutter came to Pepco in 1989 after working for The Nature Conservancy. John was with TNC in Arlington, VA, where he worked for the Science Department, and San Francisco, CA, where he served for six years as the Western Regional Director.

Since joining Pepco, he worked in the Generation Group until Pepco sold its power plants in 2000 and then in electric system operations and strategic planning until 2009. He currently works as the Manager of Planning in the Supply Customers Energy group, the entity responsible for purchasing power for the Pepco, Delmarva and Atlantic City Electric customers who have not chosen their own supplier. (His blog posts will explain how Pepco arranges to supply your electric energy).

John has a BA in History from the University of Pennsylvania and,as a Sloan Fellow, received an MS in Management from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.


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