from American Electric Power (AEP) where he served most recently as Senior Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer of the Nuclear Generation Group.
What does NGG stand for?
NGG stands for Nuclear Generation Group (Commonwealth Edison)
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We have 21 other meanings of NGG in our Acronym Attic
- Gas Generator Speed
- Nahrung-Genuss-Gaststaetten (German: Enjoy Food Catering)
- Nasty Girly Gang
- National Geographic Games
- National Grid Gas (utility; UK)
- Next Generation Gateway
- Next Generation Gunship
- Next-Gen Gaming (GameFAQs message board)
- Nokia Group Graphic
- Northern Green Gathering (Yorkshire, England)
- National Greentown Glass Association, Inc.
- Next Generation Gateway Back End
- New Galloway Golf Club
- Next Generation Gaming Community
- Non-Germinomatous Germ Cell (tumor)
- Non-Germinoma Germ Cell Tumor
- Never Gonna Get Done
- North Golden Gate Estates (Naples, FL)
- National Greenhouse Gas Inventory (Australia Government Department of Climate Change)
- National Greenhouse Gas Inventory Committee
Samples in periodicals archive:
5 million end users, today announced that Progress Energy, one of the top ten generators of electricity in the United States, has deployed its leading DataDirect ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) technology across Progress Energy's entire Nuclear Generation Group of more than 3,000 desktops.
Jim's leadership at the plant level and throughout our Nuclear Generation Group and industry has been visible and instrumental in developing a culture of performance.
Bazemore joined CP&L in 1986 and served in various management positions with the Nuclear Generation Group and Audit Services.
He joined the company in August 2000, before the merger between Unicom and PECO, as senior vice president of Unicom and ComEd, and chief operating officer of ComEd's Nuclear Generation Group.
Prior to joining INPO, Mike was at Exelon where he served as Site Vice President for Clinton Power Station, Site Vice President for Dresden Nuclear Station, Vice President of Nuclear Oversight for the Nuclear Generation Group, and Station Manager for Dresden Nuclear Station.
Prior to his tenure as InfraSource COO and President, Dave served as Executive Vice President, ComEd Energy Delivery and Senior Vice President of ComEd's Nuclear Generation Group.
3 percent in 2002, the best-ever total performance for the company's nuclear generation group.