Title: Consultant on Energy Resources and Regulation
Location: Saint George, Utah, United States
John Arlidge, Consultant on Energy Resources and Regulation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in engineering and management.
Mr. Arlidge utilizes his vast skill set and broad industry experience to provide necessary advice and ideas as an energy resources and regulation consultant. He has been an independent consultant since 1995, but has worked in the industry since the early 1960s.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Arlidge served on the communications system engineering design and purchase committee for the City of Los Angeles, having previously been a Deputy Sheriff of Los Angeles County. From 1962 to 1974, Mr. Arlidge worked with the power system resource planning research and development committee for Los Angeles. In 1974, he made a career change to the Nevada Power Company (now NV Energy) as the assistant to the vice president, later serving as vice president and senior vice president of government affairs until 1993. In these roles, he gathered a wealth of experience that would later aid in his ability to provide immensely beneficial consultations. In addition to his work with Nevada Power Company, he became the director and vice president of the Nevada Electric Investment Company from 1982 to 1989.
Mr. Arlidge has served on a variety of council and committees throughout his career, many of which have added to his skills as an energy resources and regulation specialist. Some of these roles include serving on the research advisory board of the University of Nevada, the Nevada Engineer’s Advisory Committee on Geothermal Development, and the Nevada Advisory Board for the Bureau of Land Management. Furthermore, Mr. Arlidge has been a member of the Endangered Special Subcommittee Rail Issues Group for Edison Electrical Group and on the Advanced Energy System Divisional Committee for the Electric Power Research Institute.
Mr. Arlidge’s success has been fueled by his knowledge of industry and business, sustained by a broad career in engineering and management. He earned a Bachelor of Science from California State University in 1962 and is a registered professional engineer in California, Nevada, and Utah. He originally became interested in the industry due to a post-high school apprenticeship in the electrical field. Mr. Arlidge specializes in engineering project management consulting and governmental affairs.
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