John P. Malloy
John P. Malloy was named to his current position in January 2017. He has 37 years of experience in the electric and natural gas industry.
Malloy began his career as an Instrument/Electrical technician for Louisville Gas and Electric Company. He held many diverse positions in the generation sector including Station Operator, Material Handling Specialist, Senior Instrument/Electrical Supervisor, Manager of Resource Project Management, Plant Maintenance Manager, Director of Generation Services, Vice President – Energy Delivery Retail business / Natural Gas Operations, and Vice President of Customer Services. In his prior role, as Vice President of Customer Services, he had wide ranging responsibilities for the "customer relationship," including metering, customer call center operations, marketing, revenue collection, economic development, customer renewable energy offerings, electric vehicle charging strategy, corporate security, business continuity and overall energy efficiency operations. As Director of Generation Services, he managed strategic long range planning initiatives such as supply-side resource assessments, supply-side expansion planning, as well as led strategy development on global warming and environmental planning. He also led the E.ON U.S. international fossil generation efforts for Operational Excellence.
Malloy has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Finance and a Master of Business Administration from Indiana University. Additionally, he has completed the E.ON Senior Leadership Program at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland and a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Citizens Academy.
He is Chairman Emeritus of the Louisville Gas and Electric Company Credit Union. In this role, he has received the Friedrich Raiffeisen Award, the Bergengren Award, Filene Award and the Herring awards for Financial Excellence from the Credit Union National Association. He also resides on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers, the Louisville Orchestra, Leadership Kentucky Foundation, the Catholic Education Foundation, and the Spalding University Board of Trustees. Lastly, he was appointed by Governor Beshear to the Kentucky Grape and Wine Council under the Department of Agriculture.