Southern Nuclear announces new VP

President and CEO of Southern Nuclear, Stephen Kuczynski, has just announced that Dennis Madison will become the new fleet operations vice president at the company’s Birmingham, Alabama headquarters.
Since 2007, Madison served as the site vice president of the Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant. Previous to that, he was a leader in various nuclear engineering roles since joining the company in 1982. David Vineyard, current plant manager, will succeed Dennis Madison as the site vice president at Plant Hatch.
“The leadership and experience of these individuals in the operation of nuclear facilities will ensure Southern Nuclear’s overall fleet success,” stated Kuczynski. “With a proven track record of setting and reinforcing high operational standards, each of them clearly has the ability to lead our fleet and the Hatch team to achieve industry-leading performance.”
With 4.4 million customers and more than 43,000 megawatts of generating capacity, Atlanta-based Southern Company is the premier energy company serving the southeast through its subsidiaries.
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