Transformation of Energy Systems and the Fukushima Disaster
May 17, 2011
Calgary Petroleum Club, 319 5th Avenue S.W.
Terry Tyler, Executive Vice-President, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Officer, ENMAX Corporation
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Terry Tyler will look at the transformation of energy systems over the next three decades, and the impact of the Fukushima nuclear disaster on future energy systems.
As Chief Technology Officer, Mr. Terry G. Tyler is responsible for ENMAX’s long-range vision for the industry, including screening and evaluating technologies for their potential applicability to ENMAX.
Prior to joining ENMAX in July 2008, Mr. Tyler held executive roles at Tennessee Valley Authority, IBM Business Consulting Services, Florida Power Corporation, and the Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant. Mr. Tyler also formed and co-owned a successful consulting company, Energex, which was the Program Manager for the post-Three Mile Island Industry Degraded Core Rulemaking program for the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Mr. Tyler holds an MBA in Finance and Management and a BS in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Tennessee and was a licensed professional engineer in Tennessee for 18 years. He speaks regularly on the future of the energy and utilities industry. He currently serves on the advisory board to the College of Computer and Electrical Engineering at the University of Tennessee.