Pepco Holdings announced leadership appointments on Monday to support its Atlantic City Electric, Delmarva Power and Pepco subsidiaries.
Miguel Ortega, who was previously the company’s vice president of Technical Services, assumed the role of vice president of Project & Contract Management for Pepco Holdings. He will oversee more than $700 million in projects to modernize the local energy grid and advance the level of service for more than 2.1 million customers.
Bob Pinto was promoted from director of Pepco Electric Operations to vice president of Electric and Natural Gas Operations for Pepco Holdings. Pinto came to Pepco from ConEd in 2017 where he held numerous leadership positions of increasing responsibility in Electric Operations. During the past three years, he has driven improved safety performance at Pepco and has supported record electric service reliability for Pepco’s Washington, D.C. and Maryland customers, the company said.
Bill Sullivan, previously Pepco Holdings’ vice president of Electric and Gas Operations, is now vice president of Technical Services. In his new role, Sullivan will oversee the management of the company’s electric system assets.
Sam Williams was named vice president of Support Services for Pepco Holdings. He comes to Pepco Holdings from parent-company Exelon’s sister company Baltimore Gas & Electric, where he was director of Regional Electric Operations. Williams has more than 25 years of experience in the energy industry, including several key leadership roles at BGE. In his new role, he is responsible for safety, training, fleet, environmental services, security, and real estate and facilities.