United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

David Gladey

Mr. Gladey is a 1990 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Employed by Baltimore Gas & Electric at Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant from 1990 to 1998 in the Electrical Analysis group where he was responsible for the plant voltage analysis and relay protection program. While at Baltimore Gas & Electric he also worked in the system protection and control department (SP&C) on transmission protection design scheme changes. In 1998 he was employed by an Architecture & Engineering firm in Pennsylvania working on distribution protection and power purchase contracts for commercial and municipal customers. In 2001 he returned to the nuclear industry as a senior engineer at PPL Susquehanna where he was responsible for developing the AC plant voltage analysis and short circuit modeling. Mr. Gladey is currently the Supervising Engineer of the Electrical/I&C Site Design Engineering group at PPL Susquehanna in Berwick, PA. Mr. Gladey is currently a voting member of the Nuclear Owners Group at PJM for PPL Susquehanna, a senior member of IEEE and a member of the IEEE Nuclear Power Engineering Committee (NPEC). He currently holds the positions of alternate secretary to the Auxiliary Power Subcommittee of NPEC, working group chairman of IEEE 741 on “Standard Criteria for the Protection of Class 1E Power Systems and Equipment in Nuclear Power Generating Stations”, and vice-chairman of IEEE standard 765 on “Standard for Preferred Power Supply (PPS) for Nuclear Power Generating Stations (NPGS)”.

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