Christine Sadovy Steps Up as COS at BPU

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) President Joseph Fiordaliso has appointed Christine Guhl Sadovy as Chief of Staff, succeeding Grace Power, to help advance New Jersey’s clean energy goals and implement the Murphy Administration’s energy policy.

Sadovy has been serving as Deputy Chief of Staff for over a year, overseeing the Board’s day-to-day operations and spearheading major Murphy administration initiatives including the launch of the State’s Electric Vehicle incentive program. As Chief of Staff, Sadovy will now spearhead the team of BPU senior staff working with President Fiordaliso to move offshore wind forward, transform energy efficiency, and implement some of the nation’s strongest clean energy goals through the Energy Master Plan.

Sadovy previously worked for Sierra Club and Planned Parenthood, making a name for herself in advocacy. She also comes from a family deep-rooted in New Jersey government. Sadovy’s leadership and respect within the administration make her promotion a sharp and natural choice.

Power is departing the Murphy Administration to join HomeServe USA as Regulatory Affairs Vice President to lead the company’s nationwide regulatory strategy. HomeServe USA is an independent provider of home repair service solutions that partners with utilities, municipalities, and directly with consumers.

The Board of Public Utilities has distinguished itself within the Murphy Administration under the leadership of President Joseph Fiordaliso. At the helm of the senior leadership team, Power chaired the 2019 New Jersey Energy Master Plan Committee and oversight of key gubernatorial initiatives, including the single-largest offshore wind project award in the country and the state’s first community solar pilot program.

Power has won praise from across industry sectors for her role in transforming the agency, and for recruiting a respected team. With Fiordaliso’s backing, Power delivered on her long-standing advocacy for women’s empowerment, hiring and advancing women in senior leadership positions across the agency in an industry where women are underrepresented.

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