Kevin Gresham has focused on the competitive electricity market transition for over 20 years. He directs the company’s interactions with federal and state legislative and regulatory bodies as well as the company’s communications and public affairs. E.ON is a global renewable energy leader with more than 4 gigawatts of wind and solar generation, battery energy storage and an operations and maintenance services business in North America.
Prior to joining E.ON in 2009, Gresham, as Regulatory Affairs Director for Reliant Energy, was integral to formulation of market rules for the ERCOT competitive market transition including chairing ERCOT’s Protocol Revision Subcommittee for 9 years. His experience also includes involvement with PJM, MISO, California and the West. He was appointed and served on the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee (2014-2016) and currently serves on the ERCOT Board of Directors representing the Independent Generator Segment. In addition, he also serves in leadership roles for various trade and business associations including the American Wind Energy Association, Solar Energy Industries Association, North American Generator Forum and other regional organizations.
Gresham earned a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications and Economics from Illinois State University and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Houston Baptist University.