PG&E new vice president of electric asset management

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) promoted Kevin J. Dasso to vice president, electric asset management. He will be responsible for leading electric transmission and distribution asset planning across the organization, including asset investment and reliability design. Dasso will report to Pat Hogan, senior vice president, electric transmission and distribution.

“Kevin has led numerous initiatives for the electric side of the business and has been instrumental in developing PG&E’s reliability and system planning capabilities. His ability to define how our assets and policies will impact electric transmission and distribution will be especially important, as the energy landscape continues to experience incredible change. This is another example of the deep bench of talent we continue to develop within our company,” said Geisha Williams, president, PG&E Electric.

Dasso joined PG&E in 1981 as an electrical engineer. He has been a senior director since 2004, leading different aspects of the transmission and distribution organization.

He most recently has been acting as vice president of electric asset management, since Pat Hogan was named to his current post in March 2016. Dasso has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from Iowa State University and Santa Clara University, respectively.

Pacific Gas and Electric Co., a unit of PG&E Corp., is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric utilities in the United States.

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