ALLENTOWN, Pa., Aug. 31,
2023 /PRNewswire/ -- PPL Corporation (NYSE: PPL)
today named 20-year PPL veteran Christine
M. Martin as interim PPL Electric Utilities president.
Martin, who currently serves as the corporation's senior vice
president of Public Affairs and chief sustainability officer,
succeeds Stephanie R. Raymond, who
is departing the company by mutual agreement effective Sept. 1.
"We thank Stephanie for her service and contributions to PPL
Electric Utilities over the past decade," said Fran Sullivan, PPL executive vice president and
chief operating officer. "We wish her well in her future endeavors
and are fortunate to have someone of Christine's caliber ready to
step into this role as we create the utilities of the future.
"Christine joins a talented leadership team at PPL Electric
Utilities that is focused on extending our strong track record of
exceptional reliability, positioning the grid to enable a cleaner
energy future, improving the customer experience for those we serve
in central and eastern Pennsylvania, and continuing the company's
industry-leading smart grid innovation," said Sullivan.
"I look forward to partnering closely with the PPL Electric
leadership team and the broader organization, and I'm eager to
engage with key stakeholders as we deliver on our mission to
provide safe, reliable, affordable and sustainable energy," said
PPL Electric Utilities is one of several regulated utilities in
the PPL family of companies. PPL Electric delivers electricity to
approximately 1.5 million homes and businesses in 29 counties
across eastern and central Pennsylvania.
Martin, who joined PPL in 2003, is a native of Pennsylvania and brings extensive experience
in public affairs and stakeholder engagement to her new role. Prior
to serving as senior vice president of Public Affairs and chief
sustainability officer, she served as vice president of Public
Affairs and vice president of State Government Relations.
Before coming to PPL, she served as deputy secretary for water
management in Pennsylvania's
Department of Environmental Protection, where she was responsible
for statewide water resources management and policy. She also
served as senior policy manager for environmental, infrastructure,
energy and regulatory issues for Governors Tom Ridge and Mark
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leading U.S. energy company focused on providing electricity and
natural gas safely, reliably and affordably to more than 3.5
million customers in the U.S. PPL's high-performing, award-winning
utilities are addressing energy challenges head-on by building
smarter, more resilient and more dynamic power grids and advancing
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