MISO’s Darryl Brown Warns Not to Ignore the Generation Gap – Arkansas Business Online

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Darryl Brown is a member of Midcontinent Independent System Operator’s executive team and its primary internal and external leader for regional operations, customer management and government relations. He oversees regional customer integration efforts focusing on extending and protecting the organization.
Before joining MISO in February 2020, Brown was the director of innovation/utility at Hitachi Global Social Innovation Business. Before that, he was the director of innovation/utility at Current Powered by GE. Brown also previously served as vice president at Southern Co., where he led teams in marketing, customer service, engineering, distribution and economic development for both Mississippi Power Co. and Georgia Power Co. Brown earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Mississippi State University.
Brown served in both the Army National Guard and Army Reserve for 17 years before being honorably discharged as a major.

In brief, what is MISO, how does it work and what is crucial for readers to understand about it?

The Midcontinent Independent System Operator is the primary regional transmission organization in the central part of the North American continent spanning from the Gulf

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