Clean Technology 2009
Doyle Beneby

Doyle Beneby

Senior Vice President
Exelon Power

In his role as a Senior Vice President for Exelon Power, Beneby oversees the following functions: fossil and hydro generation operations, outage and work management, engineering and technical support, Exelon New England holdings, new generation development, and operational oversight of co-owned facilities and purchased power contracts.

Professional History
Before assuming his latest role, Beneby served as vice president of Operations for Exelon Power. He oversaw the daily operation, including maintenance, outages and work management, at Exelon’s fossil and hydroelectric facilities in Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Texas. Beneby rejoined Exelon Power from PECO, where he served as vice president of Construction and Maintenance. Previously with Exelon Power, Beneby was general manager for the Exelon Power fleet of peak demand power plants, based in Philadelphia. Before joining Exelon, he worked for Consumers Energy in Michigan, serving as site general manager at the Karn/Weadock Electric Generating Complex. Beneby joined Consumers Energy in 2001 following 17 years at Florida Power & Light in positions of increasing responsibility, including general manager of the Turkey Point and Cutler fossil power plants, director of distribution operations, director of customer billing, transmission and distribution superintendent, labor relations manager and distribution new construction manager.

Civic Involvement
Beneby is a board member for the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce in Delaware County, Pa, and the Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition. He also serves as the executive sponsor of EAAMA East, Exelon African American Members Association. EAAMA provides a forum for employees to show pride in their heritage and celebrate one another's successes. Family
Doyle and his wife, Christine, live in Glen Mills, Pa.

Beneby earned a Bachelor’s degree in engineering from Montana Technical College and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Miami.

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