Vincent M. Davis

Vincent M. Davis

Vice President, Customer Operations and Enablement | Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Vincent M. Davis is Vice President of Customer Operations and Enablement at Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), leading the company’s meter to cash function.

In this capacity, Davis oversees meter testing, customer billing, payment processing, credit and collection policy, pricing strategy, and implementation and operations. In total, these functions represent revenues totaling over $16 billion annually.

He has deep expertise in understanding the specialized energy needs of customers across all segments and in diverse market segments including high tech, biotech, health care, hospitality and agriculture.

Davis joined PG&E in April of 2013 as Senior Director managing the company’s energy efficiency programs, policy and strategy for all PG&E’s customers across the residential, agricultural, industrial and commercial sectors. Davis most recently led the Customer Energy Solutions organization responsible for demand-side management programs: energy efficiency, demand response, distributed generation, time-variable electric pricing, automated energy management, electric vehicles and onsite customer generation.

Previously, Davis worked for Duke Energy for 20 years holding a variety of management and leadership positions with increasing responsibility. At Duke, he led the company’s Smart Energy Now/Envision Charlotte program which was recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative.

He graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. Davis has an MBA from the McColl Graduate School of Business at Queens University in Charlotte, N.C. He completed executive leadership programs at Stanford University and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

He has served on various boards including China-US Energy Innovation Alliance, the Oakland Museum of California, Jacob’s Ladder Job Center, the Children’s Theater of Charlotte, the Greater Cincinnati Boys and Girls Club, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and the Cincinnati Better Business Bureau.