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Jim Allison

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Jim Allison
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Tennessee Regulatory Authority
Incumbent
In office
2012 – present
Years in position 2
PartyNon-partisan
Compensation
Base salary$156,216
Elections and appointments
AppointedJuly 2012
Term limitsN/A
Websites
Office website
Jim Allison is the current chairman of the Tennessee Regulatory Authority. He was first voted as chairman on November 8, 2012.[1] Allison was appointed to the agency by Governor Bill Haslam, Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey and House Speaker Beth Harwell.[1]

Biography

Allison's career has spanned all sectors of the electric utility industry with service at the Officer/CEO level in the investor-owned, government owned and cooperative sectors of the electric industry.[1][2]

Currently, he serves as President and CEO of the Duck River Electric Membership Corporation and is as active instant replay official and observer/evaluator for the Southeastern Conference (SEC).[1]

Political career

Tennessee Regulatory Authority (2012-Present)

Allison was first voted as chairman on November 8, 2012.[3] Allison was appointed to the agency by Governor Bill Haslam, Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey and House Speaker Beth Harwell.[1]

Appointments

2012

Allison was appointed to the Tennessee Regulatory Authority by Governor Bill Haslam, Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey and House Speaker Beth Harwell in July 2012.[4]

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Tennessee Regulatory Authority
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