Company Overview of Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.
Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. conducts research, development, and demonstration relating to the generation, delivery, and usage of electricity for the benefit of the public in the United States and internationally. It offers short- and long-term solutions for electricity generation through fossil fuels, nuclear, and renewable energy sources; transmission and distribution, grid modernization, cyber security, and distributed energy resources; energy efficiency and electric transportation; and environmental responsibility. The company was founded in 1972 and is based in Palo Alto, California with offices and laboratories in Palo Alto, California; Charlotte, North Carolina; Knoxville, ...
3420 Hillview Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Founded in 1972
Key Executives for Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President and Treasurer
Chief Compliance Officer, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Senior Vice President of Global Strategy and External Relations
Senior Vice President of Research and Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. Key Developments
Electric Power Research Institute Appoints Doug Esamann and Jeff Lyash as Interim Members of the Board of Directors
Nov 20 15
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has announced the appointments of Doug Esamann, executive vice president and president of Duke Energy's Midwest and Florida regions, and Jeff Lyash, president and chief executive officer of Ontario Power Generation (OPG), as interim members of the Board of Directors. Esamann will serve in an interim capacity until April 2017 and Lyash until April 2016, both will then be eligible for election to full four-year terms. Esamann is responsible for the strategic direction and performance of Duke Energy's regulated utilities in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Florida, including the natural gas distribution business in the Midwest. He assumed his current position in June 2015. Previously, he served as president of Duke Energy's Indiana operations. He was responsible for the company's regulatory, governmental relations, economic development and community affairs work in Indiana. He also has served in several executive roles at Duke Energy including senior vice president of corporate strategy and senior vice president of strategy and planning. Lyash oversees the operations of OPG. He was formerly the president of CB &I Power.
The Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. Receives $1.3 million Award for Solar PV Panel Research
Sep 16 15
The Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. announced that it has received a $1.3 million PREDICTS2 award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) SunShot Initiative to develop novel accelerated-aging protocols for photovoltaic (PV) modules. EPRI will lead the project, collaborating with Sandia National Laboratories, Southern Company and Southern Research (SR) to compare the performance of PV panels that have been operating for several years to that of new panels, ideally of the same make, model and vintage, that undergo accelerated aging in an environmental chamber. The testing will be conducted at the Southeastern Solar Research Center (SSRC), established last year by Southern Company, EPRI and SR on SR's campus in Birmingham, Ala. The three-year project will develop an algorithm for predicting panel performance degradation over time, work to advance module certification and degradation prediction and determine the potential levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) improvement as a result of applying these novel accelerated tests and protocols. The improved predictive models expected from this research could help lower the cost of PV energy through selection of modules with potentially higher power outputs over the PV system life, lowering financing costs and enabling development of PV projects.
The Electric Power Research Institute Appoints Thomas J. Heller to Board of Directors
Aug 5 15
The Electric Power Research Institute announced the appointment of Thomas J. Heller, chief executive officer of Missouri River Energy Services (MRES), as an interim director on the Board of Directors until April 2016. He will also serve on the Governance and Nominating Committee. Heller oversees the operation of MRES. Prior to joining MRES, Heller worked for 16 years for the Moorhead (Minn.) Public Service Department, including seven and a half years as general manager. Heller serves on the board of directors of the National Hydro Power Association, the executive committee of the Consumers United for Rail Equity.
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