PORTLAND, Ore. Bonneville Power Administration has selected Kim Thompson of Portland to permanently fill the role as Energy Efficiency vice president.
Thompson has been acting in this position since June.
In making the announcement, Administrator Elliot Mainzer said Thompson “…brings leadership experience to take Energy Efficiency in directions that continue to optimize the program’s success.”
Thompson joined the administration in 2009 to lead Energy Efficiency’s marketing and customer engagement function. Three years later, she was promoted to director of BPA’s Energy Efficiency Services, overseeing energy efficiency-specific programs, marketing and engineering departments.