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The Southwest Power Pool Inc. regional entity (SPP RE) trustees has appointed Stacy Dochoda regional entity general manager. In this position, Dochoda will report to the SPP RE trustees, oversee the execution of strategic initiatives and direct the RE's daily operations.

As general manager, Dochoda is responsible for achieving the SPP RE's mission of promoting a reliable bulk power system within the region and directing the SPP RE's performance of functions approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the North American Electric Reliability Corp.

Prior to joining the SPP RE, Dochoda spent 25 years at Reliant Energy Inc. and its predecessor, Houston Lighting and Power Co.

SOURCE: Southwest Power Pool Inc.


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