During the past 30 years Bruce Landrey has served as an executive at both private and public utilities, as an advisor to utility executives and investors, and helped to start a company developing small modular reactor technology.
Landrey started his strategic advisory service after leaving the Tennessee Valley Authority where he served as Vice President of Corporate Relations. He was recruited to TVA by its Chairman to help lead the turnaround of the Federal power generation and marketing agency. Landrey began his career at Portland General Electric Co. His roles included Assistant to the CEO, Director of Investor Relations and Director of Corporate Communications. The majority of his time at PGE was dominated by managing issues related to its investments in non-utility businesses and its generating program. The company’s portfolio included nuclear, coal, gas and hydroelectric projects, and the transmission link between the Pacific Northwest and California.
n 2008, Landrey helped to launch NuScale Power, a developer of a small modular reactor (SMR) technology. He served first as a consultant to NuScale then joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President, International Marketing & External Affairs. Over the next five years he led business development, government affairs and strategic planning. He left NuScale in 2013 to return to consulting.
Landrey currently chairs the subcommittee on International Advocacy of the Civil International Nuclear Trade Advisory Council to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce. He is involved in electric industry and nuclear trade associations and local charitable organizations. Landrey is a graduate of the University of Oregon and attended executive programs at the universities of Chicago, Utah and Idaho.