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National Hydropower Association selects new leadership team

WASHINGTON, D.C. 2/20/12 (PennWell) -- The National Hydropower Association's Board of Directors has named its officers and advisory board for 2012-2013.

David Moller of Pacific Gas & Electric Company was elected to his second term as president. Joining him will be Cherise Oram of Stoel Rives as vice president, Eric Van Duren of Mead & Hunt as treasurer and Suzanne Grassell of Chelan County Public Utility District as secretary.

NHA also announces five newly-elected members of the Board of Directors:
-- Jane Cirrincione, Northern California Power Agency
-- Kevin Frank, Voith Hydro
-- Kirby Gilbert, MWH Americas
-- Lisa Grow, Idaho Power
-- Steve Wenke, Avista

In addition, five members have joined NHA's Advisory Board:
-- John Barnes, Exelon Power
-- John Claybrook, Alstom
-- Wayne Dyok, Alaska Energy Authority
-- Jeanne Hilsinger, Mavel
-- Jon Suloway, New York Power Authority

NHA's new board and leadership team will take their positions during the NHA Conference that runs April 16-18 in Washington, D.C.

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