Tom Alban has been named vice president of Power Generation for Buckeye Power.
“Tom will lead our efforts to assure a clean, safe, economic and competitive generation supply from our investments in Cardinal Station, OVEC, Greenville and Mone plants. Managing our power generation resources today presents a variety of challenges that Tom and his team, with the assistance of our partners, will address for the benefit of our members and their member-consumers,” Buckeye Power Senior Vice President Pat O’Loughlin said.
Alban joined Buckeye Power in 2004 and was serving as director, Power Generation. In this position, Alban will report directly to O’Loughlin.
Prior to joining Buckeye, Alban worked for American Electric Power (AEP) in a number of positions, including managing construction of environmental controls at the Cardinal Station, which is jointly owned by Buckeye Power and a subsidiary of AEP.
A native of Long Island, N.Y., Alban has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Dayton and a master’s degree in engineering management from West Virginia University.