A Utility Providers Perspective: Pressure Testing our Resilience Plans - Kishore Koduri, Director, Ameren
Ameren is a Fortune 500 American power company serving Illinois and Missouri. Kishore talks about how Ameren’s resiliency plans were activated and pressure tested in the face of the pandemic. He goes on to talk about how the role of EA will change as a result of these difficult times. This presentation was given as part of BiZZdesigns 2020 Virtual Conference - "Unlocking Organizational Value in the Face of COVID19"
About Kishore Koduri:
Kishore Koduri is Director, Enterprise Architecture, and Resilience at Ameren. Prior to this, he has held senior positions at Bayer and Monsanto. He holds a bachelor in Technology Degree from Bangalore University.
About Ameren: Ameren Corporation is a Fortune 500 company that trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol AEE. It is the parent company of Ameren Illinois, based in Collinsville, Ill., and Ameren Missouri in St. Louis. Ameren Transmission Company, also based in St. Louis, designs and builds regional transmission projects.
Employing more than 9,000 personnel, Ameren powers the quality of life for 2.4 million electric customers and more than 900,000 natural gas customers across a 64,000-square-mile area.
Ameren Missouri ranks as the largest electric power provider in Missouri, and Ameren Illinois ranks as Illinois' third-largest natural gas distribution operation in total number of customers.
Ameren companies generate a net capacity of nearly 10,200 megawatts of electricity and own more than 7,500 circuit miles of transmission lines