Fiordaliso named secretary-treasurer at MACRUC

Published on August 06, 2018 by Dave Kovaleski

Joseph Fiordaliso

The Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners (MACRUC) named New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) President Joseph Fiordaliso as its new secretary-treasurer.

MACRUC — which promotes the regulatory, legislative, and policy interests of public utilities in the region — is a regional affiliate of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC).

In this new role at MACRUC, Fiordaliso is tasked with advancing issues in public utility regulation that affect consumers, regulators, and related industries.

“We are proud and excited to play a key role in Governor Philip Murphy’s ambitious environmental agenda as the Garden State reclaims its status as a national leader in the clean energy movement,” Fiordaliso said. “But we also realize that building consensus and taking a multi-state approach to utility regulation is how we reach critical mass to achieve our national environmental and regulatory goals. This is why I am so honored that MACRUC has named me to its executive board.”

Fiordaliso succeeds Willie Philips of the Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia.

“President Fiordaliso, who served as the chair of the MACRUC Investment Committee, was instrumental in creating the strong financial position MACRUC currently holds,” Michelle Malloy, senior director of meetings and member services at NARUC, said.