Philip D. Moeller, Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Solutions Officer for Edison Electric Institute (EEI), has received the Financial Research Institute’s (FRI) Crystal Award for Distinguished Contribution for regulatory policy.
Housed in the College of Business at the University of Missouri, FRI presents the Crystal Award annually to an individual who makes outstanding and sustained contributions to the design, implementation, or analysis of public utility regulatory policy. By recognizing notable achievement from across the regulated electric power industry, the award helps further FRI’s mission of fostering comprehensive examination of sound regulatory policy.
Moeller works with EEI member companies and other stakeholders to develop and promote sound policies that help ensure the delivery of safe, reliable, affordable, and clean energy to more than 220 million Americans. Prior to joining EEI in February 2016, Moeller served as a commissioner on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), ending his tenure as the second-longest serving member of FERC. In office from 2006 through 2015, Moeller ended his service as the only Senate-confirmed member of the federal government appointed by both President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama.
“We congratulate Phil for this tremendous honor, which reflects his many years of service and work on critically important regulatory policy issues,” said EEI President Tom Kuhn. “Throughout his career, Phil has worked to help provide customers with the reliable and affordable electricity that they count on to power their lives. He is truly a worthy recipient of the Crystal Award.”