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ElectriCities Appoints New Executive Team Members

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New Chief Operating Officer and Chief Strategy Officer bring decades of expertise, vision

RALEIGH, N.C. (MARCH 27, 2023) — ElectriCities of North Carolina, Inc., the membership organization that provides power supply and related critical services to over 90 community-owned electric systems in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, has named two new members to its executive team.

Kathy Moyer is the organization’s new Chief Operating Officer, and Andy Fusco is its Chief Strategy Officer.

As Chief Operating Officer, Kathy Moyer will oversee all of ElectriCities’ power supply and distribution operations.

Moyer has over 28 years of experience in electric utility operations. She joined ElectriCities in 2000 as an Operations Engineer and moved into the role of Manager, NCMPA1 Operations in 2011. In 2013, Moyer assumed the role of Electric Systems Manager for ElectriCities operations in Huntersville and Cornelius, North Carolina, and then later, for operations in Pineville, North Carolina. In 2016, she accepted her most recent role of Vice President, Operations.

As Chief Strategy Officer, a new position, Andy Fusco will oversee ElectriCities’ newly titled Strategy & Services Division, formerly known as Member Services. He will be accountable for strategic planning and implementing value-added member services.

Fusco has over 29 years of experience, 22 of which are in the electric industry. He joined ElectriCities in 2001 as Supervisor, Resource Planning. He was promoted to Manager, Resource Planning in 2003, Engineering & Construction Manager in 2008, and Director, Planning in 2012. In 2013, he took on his most recent position of Vice President, Member Services & Corporate Planning.

The recent organizational updates align with ElectriCities’ strategic planning efforts and follow the February announcement that Matt Schull would be stepping down as ElectriCities COO to join Missouri River Energy Services as its president and CEO.

“We’re committed to ensuring that ElectriCities is well positioned to meet our members’ needs now and in the future,” said ElectriCities CEO Roy Jones. “I’m confident that Kathy’s and Andy’s expertise and vision will enable us to continue to move public power forward.”

Media contact
Elizabeth Kadick
VP, Communications, ElectriCities
(919) 760-6285
ekadick@electricities.org

About ElectriCities of North Carolina

ElectriCities of North Carolina, Inc., is the membership organization that provides power supply and related critical services to over 90 community-owned electric systems in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia—collectively known as public power. ElectriCities manages the power supply for two power agencies in North Carolina and provides technical services to assist members in operating their electric distribution systems. ElectriCities also helps these locally owned and operated public power providers thrive today and in the future by delivering innovative services, including legislative, technical, communications, and economic development expertise.

Visit www.electricities.com to learn more about the benefits of public power and how ElectriCities helps communities keep the lights on through access to safe, reliable, and affordable energy.

Media contact
Elizabeth Kadick
VP, Communications, ElectriCities
919-760-6285
ekadick@electricities.org

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