Director Martin Keane is pleased to announce the appointment of Ammon Danielson as Commissioner of Cleveland Public Power. Director Keane said, “after a national search, we are confident this appointment will offer the stability and innovation CPP needs as we work on major infrastructure improvements.”
Danielson comes to Cleveland from the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA), one of four power marketing administrations within the U.S. Department of Energy. WAPA markets and transmits wholesale electricity from multi-use water projects in a 15-state region. While at WAPA, Danielson served as Program Director and Regulatory Advisor. He is a recognized Subject Matter Expert (SME) in formulating strategic priorities and business initiatives to modernize and drive sustainable organizational growth.
As the Transmission Construction & Maintenance Program Manager with Wyandotte Services, Danielson led the development and implementation of region-wide projects, including for maintenance, rehabilitation, and construction of high voltage electric transmission assets.“Cleveland Public Power has a rich history of dedication and community service,” Danielson said. “The public power model has proven to be nimble, affordable, and reliable. CPP is eager to continue providing unmatched service to our customers while embracing unprecedented changes in the electric utility industry”.