Advancing understanding of public policy issues in the utility industry through the Wisconsin Idea
NuScale Power, Inc.
Bruce Landrey’s professional experience encompasses more than 25 years in the electric energy industry with an emphasis on the public policy issues surrounding nuclear power.
Landrey began his career with Portland General Electric where he had responsibility for public relations for the Trojan Nuclear Plant and the utility’s involvement with license applications for nuclear projects in Oregon and Washington. While with PGE, Bruce held a variety of positions including director of corporate communications, director of investor relations, assistant to the president, and assistant to the chairman and chief executive officer. Bruce left PGE to join TVA as vice president of corporate communications. At TVA, Bruce directed public relations and public affairs in the seven-state region served by TVA. In that role, he managed public involvement in the agency’s first Integrated Resource Plan and his team was responsible for issues management, public education and emergency communications planning for TVA’s nuclear power program.
Bruce helped plan and direct industry-wide strategies as a member of national and regional committees of the Edison Electric Institute, Nuclear Energy Institute, American Public Power Association, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Electric Power Research Institute, and the Western Energy Institute.
A native of Vancouver, Canada, Bruce holds a degree in journalism from the University of Oregon, and has been a member of executive programs sponsored by the University of Chicago, the University of Utah, and the University of Idaho.
The activities of the Institute follow the "Wisconsin Idea" of applying the resources of the University to meet the need for information outside of the University's boundary. The Institute achieves its mission through the exchange, creation, integration, transfer and application of knowledge. It provides forums for discussion, dialog, and debate on public policy issues. It engages innovative programming enhanced by creative use of advanced information technologies and effective communication techniques. Furthermore, it fosters research that enriches and complements its information and education programs and services.