Company Overview of Southern Company Services, Inc.
Southern Company Services, Inc. operates as a utility company that provides electric service in the southeastern United States. The company was founded in 1949 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia. Southern Company Services, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Southern Company.
30 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard N.W.
Bin SC 1203
Atlanta, GA 30308
Founded in 1949
Key Executives for Southern Company Services, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Senior Vice President of Finance and Treasurer
Chairman of Southern Company, Chief Executive Officer of Southern Company and President of Southern Company
Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Southern Company Services, Inc. Key Developments
Southern Company Services, Inc. and Korea Electric Power Corporation Sign MOU to Jointly Evaluate Clean Coal Technology Deployment Worldwide
Oct 15 15
Southern Company Services announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) to jointly explore the deployment of clean coal power generation and carbon capture and storage technologies. Through the agreement, the companies will jointly explore opportunities for these and other technologies in the U.S., the Republic of Korea and in developing nations where the environmentally acceptable utilization of coal could strengthen energy security. Among the technologies to be evaluated is Transport Integrated Gasification (TRIG™), the 21st century coal technology at the center of subsidiary Mississippi Power's Kemper County energy facility that Southern Company and KBR are jointly marketing to energy companies around the world. The Kemper facility is designed to generate electricity using low-rank coal with resulting carbon emissions better than a similarly sized natural gas plant. At least 65% of the plant's carbon emissions are expected to be captured and repurposed through enhanced oil recovery. The agreement also provides for the testing of KEPCO's carbon capture technologies at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Carbon Capture Center (NCCC) in Alabama, which is operated by Southern Company Services. Aligned with efforts by the U.S. and Korea to cost-effectively reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the NCCC conducts research and development (R&D) to evaluate and advance emerging carbon capture technologies through integration with a coal-fired power plant and a pilot gasification facility.
Southern Company Services, Inc. Names Martin Davis as Executive Vice President, and Chief Information Officer
Jul 17 15
Southern Company Services, Inc. has named Martin Davis as executive vice president, or EVP, and chief information officer. Davis joins Southern Company Services after a nearly 30-year career in key enterprise information technology and security roles with Wells Fargo and Wachovia. He most recently served as head of enterprise technology services, executive vice president and chief technology officer for Wells Fargo. Previously, he served as Wells Fargo's head of technology integration and as Wachovia's corporate chief information officer, among other roles. In his new role, Davis and his organization will lead a key component of the company's innovation efforts, particularly in developing and implementing cutting-edge technology solutions that improve customers' daily lives. These efforts are expected to work hand-in-glove with the ideas that are coming to life in the company's recently launched Energy Innovation Center. Davis serves on the board of trustees at Winston-Salem State University, and on the American Heart Association's Mid-Atlantic region board.
Southern Company Services, Inc. Announces Executive Changes
Dec 11 14
Southern Company announced two changes to the executive management team of subsidiary Southern Company Services, Inc. Theodore J. McCullough has been named chief production officer and executive vice president of Southern Company Services' operations organization. McCullough previously served as executive vice president of engineering and construction services. In his new role, McCullough will be responsible for the operation of all of the Southern Company system's fossil and hydro generation assets. Paula M. Marino will succeed McCullough as executive vice president of engineering and construction services for Southern Company Services' operations organization. Previously senior vice president of engineering and construction services, Marino will be responsible for new generation and environmental strategy development, major project design and construction execution, technology due diligence, and operations and maintenance support. Both changes take effect immediately.
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