Senior Vice President, Energy Policy and Procurement | Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Fong Wan is Senior Vice President, Energy Policy and Procurement for Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), and is responsible for gas and electric supply planning and policies, wholesale market design, quantitative analysis, power plant development, commodity procurement and settlements.
Wan joined Pacific Gas and Electric Company in 1988 as a Financial Analyst and spent six years in the Financial Planning and Analysis organization. He served as Director in the Gas Supply and Electric Transmission business units before moving in 1997 to PG&E Energy Trading, an unregulated subsidiary of PG&E Corporation, where he served as Vice President, Structured Transactions.
In 2000, Wan moved to PG&E Corporation and served for four years as Vice President, Risk Initiatives. He was named Vice President, Power Contracts and Electric Resource Development at Pacific Gas and Electric Company in 2004 and Vice President, Energy Procurement in January 2006. He was promoted to Senior Vice President, Energy Procurement in October 2008 and assumed his current position in September 2015.
Wan holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Columbia University and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Michigan.