MISO names energy leader Brian Tulloh North Region executive 

For Immediate Release
July 10, 2017

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EAGAN, Minn. – Midcontinent Independent System Operator Inc. has named Brian Tulloh executive director of the ISO’s North Region external affairs division. An industry executive with more than three decades of experience, Tulloh will serve as MISO’s primary liaison with members, stakeholders and policymakers in the north footprint that includes the upper Midwest of the United States and the Canadian province of Manitoba.

“We are fortunate to have Brian join MISO in this critical role,” said MISO Executive Vice President Clair Moeller. “Brian’s extensive leadership and broad experience in the energy industry will be invaluable as we continue to strengthen our partnerships and collaboration among MISO’s members and stakeholders in the North Region.”

Tulloh most recently served as vice president of public policy for Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings Corp. In that role, Tulloh was responsible for shaping and advancing the organization’s public and external affairs strategy. Previously, Tulloh spent a decade in leadership at  TXU Energy, serving in executive roles including public affairs, business strategy, corporate affairs, and retail strategy and analysis. Tulloh also served as a senior energy consultant for the global management consulting firm McKinsey and Co.

“I am excited to join MISO at a time of significant opportunity for the organization and our industry,” Tulloh said. “I look forward to helping continue our momentum toward our vision of being the most reliable, value-creating regional transmission organization. Our partnership with members and stakeholders is critical to our vision, and I’m honored to join MISO colleagues as we continue that important journey.”

Tulloh earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering at Purdue University and an MBA at Southern Methodist University. He is based at MISO’s North Region office in Eagan, Minnesota.

About MISO
MISO ensures reliable operation of, and equal access to  high-voltage power lines in 15 U.S. states and the Canadian province of Manitoba. MISO manages one of the world's largest energy markets, with $37 billion in gross annual market charges.  MISO was approved as the nation's first regional transmission organization in 2001.  The non-profit 501(C)(4) organization is governed by an independent Board of Directors and is headquartered in Carmel, Ind. Membership is voluntary.