GTI Energy Names Sumeet Singh of PG&E as a New Board Member

May 5, 2022
Des Plaines, IL

On April 29, 2022 GTI Energy held its Spring Board of Directors Meeting, and Sumeet Singh was elected to the Board of Directors. Mr. Singh serves as Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer and Interim Chief Safety Officer, PG&E Corporation and Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

He has a deep understanding of energy systems, both natural gas and electric, along with a vast amount of experience across all aspects of utility operations having served in leadership roles spanning risk, asset management, safety, engineering, finance, and energy procurement.

“Energy must be diverse, reliable, and affordable, and GTI Energy seeks to enable the delivery of clean and cost-effective energy to communities worldwide. Sumeet has extensive and varied experience within the energy industry, which gives him a unique and comprehensive perspective on the challenges the industry faces,” said David Carroll, GTI Energy President and CEO. “His guidance will help us to deliver the disruptive innovations our customers need to create affordable pathways to decarbonization.”

Rebecca Ranich, President of Exenico, LLC and Chair of GTI Energy’s Board of Directors added, “Sumeet is a leader with deep crisis management and operations experience who recognizes the critical role of technology. His insight will provide direction as GTI Energy accelerates actions to protect the planet and public health.”

Singh holds a bachelor's degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Business Administration degree from UCLA Anderson School of Management. He is a registered professional Civil Engineer in the State of California.

GTI Energy Board of Directors, April 2022

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