Vice President, Electric Transmission Operations | Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Gregg Lemler is vice president of Transmission Operations for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. His current responsibilities include providing leadership and direction to the company's 24/7 Transmission Control Center operations, transmission lines and substation-related engineering/design, operations, construction, reliability, and strategy functions.
With over 30 years of experience at PG&E, Lemler has served in various senior level and management positions in engineering, planning, maintenance, construction and project management at the transmission and distribution levels, and managed the San Francisco Bay and various hydroelectric power plants. His most recent role was as the senior director of Electric Transmission System Operations, responsible for operating PG&E's electric transmission grid - a system consisting of over 18,000 miles of electric transmission line (60kV to 500kV) and 960 transmission and distribution substations throughout Northern and Central California.
Lemler is a registered engineer in the state of California and received his bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He also received his MBA from California State University, Fresno and is a recent graduate of the executive business administration and management program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.