MISO has named a Texas energy executive to head its North Region external affairs division.
A former public policy vice president at Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings, Brian Tulloh is now MISO’s “primary liaison with members, stakeholders and policymakers in the north footprint.” He will be based in the RTO’s Eagan, Minn., office.
Prior to his four years with EFH, Tulloh spent a decade at TXU Energy in executive positions. He was also a senior energy consultant for consulting firm McKinsey and Co. He has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Tulloh said he is excited to join MISO, calling the RTO’s collaboration with members and stakeholders “critical.”
MISO spokesman Mark Adrian Brown said Tulloh fills a role previously held by Priti Patel, who became Great River Energy’s new vice president and chief transmission officer last month.
— Amanda Durish Cook