Bradley C. Jones joined ERCOT little more than two years ago from Energy Future Holdings as the grid operator’s vice president of commercial operations. The job gave him responsibility for market operations, design and development, settlements, retail operations and client relations.
He wouldn’t stay long.
Last week, after less than nine months in his new job, Jones announced he would succeed Stephen C. Whitley as CEO of NYISO.
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