John Haarlow | Alliance to Save Energy

John Haarlow

The Alliance’s Leadership

John Haarlow

Chief Executive Officer & General Manager
Board Member Since November 2018

The Board of Commissioners appointed John Haarlow to serve as CEO/General Manager beginning October 8, 2018. He joined the PUD in February 2017 as Assistant General Manager of Distribution & Engineering Services, bringing nearly 30 years of experience in the electric utility industry. In that role, he was responsible for construction, engineering, operations and maintenance of the utility’s transmission, substation and distribution assets. He also oversaw fleet, real estate and environmental functions. Additionally, Haarlow is a Board Member of the CleanTech Alliance, a group representing 300 member organizations that facilitates generation and growth of cleantech companies and jobs through a variety of educational programs, research, products and services.

Before joining the PUD, Haarlow worked for the Public Service Company of New Mexico, serving as both Director of Safety and Transmission and Distribution Engineering and Operations. He began his career at the Central Illinois Light Company where he was an IBEW journeyman for 10 years. Haarlow also worked as Vice President of Power Delivery for the Indianapolis Power and Light Company. He attended University of Illinois and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting.




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