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The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) has elected James V. Mahoney to its board of directors. Mahoney is president and CEO of Energy Market Solutions, an energy advisory company based in Tampa, Fla.

Mahoney has spent more than three decades in the energy industry. Prior to joining DPL, Mahoney was president and CEO of EarthFirst Technologies, an environmental technology company. He has also served in senior management positions with PG&E Corp., New England Electric System and USX Corp.

Mahoney's selection is the result of a nationwide search. NYISO is jointly governed by a management committee of market participants, a 10-person board of directors, made up of nine unaffiliated members who serve staggered four-year terms, and NYISO's president and CEO, who is an ex officio member.


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