Mark Reddemann


Mark Reddemann is the CEO of Energy Northwest. Prior to assuming his current position, he was vice president of Operations Support at Xcel Energy, during which he also served on the Energy Northwest Corporate Nuclear Safety Review Board.

From 2005 to 2006 Mark was vice president of Nuclear Assessment at Nuclear Management Company (NMC). Before that position, he was vice president of Plant Technical Support at the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, following positions as vice president of Engineering at NMC, and site vice president at NMC’s Kewaunee and Point Beach nuclear power plants. Before joining NMC he worked for Wisconsin Electric as a quality assurance manager and later plant manager. He also worked at several nuclear plants across the country, including Hope Creek, Salem, Columbia and Prairie Island.

Mark holds a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics, engineering and physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a graduate of the Minnesota Management Institute at the University of Minnesota‘s Curtis L. Carlson School of Management. He also serves on the New Brunswick Power Board of Directors; Tri-City Development Council Board; Association of Washington Business Executive Committee and Board of Directors; and the Nuclear Energy Institute Executive Committee and Board of Directors.

Energy Northwest is a joint operating agency serving the needs of public power by providing reliable, low-cost electricity while promoting public power activities in the region.  It has received numerous awards and recognition for its hiring of veterans, employee philanthropy and community service.  Energy Northwest was also recognized by the Association of Washington Business as the “2016 Employer of the Year” for its innovative job retention, creation and compensation plans that foster a thriving work environment.

Under Mark Reddemann’s leadership, Energy Northwest employees embraced Excellence in performance initiatives that have substantially improved performance and efforts to better support Energy Northwest’s members and project participants.