Author Archives: Cheri Warren
About Cheri WarrenVice President, Asset Management, National Grid: Cheri Warren holds a BSEE ('87) and MSE ('90) from Union College. She has worked at GE, Central Hudson Gas and Electric, Power Technologies Inc., Navigant Consulting and National Grid. She has over 20 years of experience and is known for her ability to create real and lasting change. Her core strengths reach far beyond her top technical talent into staff motivation and clarification of complex issues that result in a high performance environment. She has proficiency in multiple electric utility business functions including management, electric reliability assessment with a focus on fact-based decision making, asset management, PAS-55 certification, regulatory standards and testimony, performance-based regulation, key customer management, utility operations, distribution design, utility transmission and distribution audits, benchmarking, power quality, software product development and implementation (i.e., analysis, GIS, and SCADA), and software systems integration. She is currently the VP of asset management at National Grid. Her portfolio includes smartgrid, transmission and distribution asset ownership, asset information management and reliability strategy. Cheri won the IEEE PES Excellence in Distribution Award in 2007 for her contributions to electric reliability.
Among the attendees of the Green Today, Growth Tomorrow Summit were commissioners and staffers from the Massachusetts’ Department of Public Utilities (DPU), the regulatory agency that makes the rules for National Grid and the other investor-owned utilities in the state. … Continue reading →
From the Green2Growth summit, National Grid understood its customers wanted to use a “listen, test and learn” approach to optimize their involvement. Further, customers wanted National Grid to be more open to two-way communication to better understand what motivates residents … Continue reading →
Welcome to the Green Today, Growth Tomorrow online conversation. I’m Cheri Warren, I’m the VP of Asset Management at National Grid which means that I am responsible for making sure the electricity infrastructure that serves you be the best it … Continue reading →