Keller new president and CEO at IHI Power Services
By Mike Brezonick13 October 2022
IHI Power Services Corp. (IPSC), owner and operator of power plants across the U.S., announced that former COO John R. Keller has officially assumed the role of president and chief executive officer for the company. He succeeds Stephen Gross, will retire after 10 years at the company.
With more than three decades in the power generation sector, Keller has extensive background in O&M, asset management, project development and construction. He also brings vast experience in overseeing utilities and independent power producers that worked with nearly every power generation technology in the industry. Keller stepped in as IPSC’s COO in June and has been gearing up to take on this new role over the past few months.
“John is a true visionary and the right person to lead this innovative and forward-thinking group of individuals,” said Gross. “I am honored to have had the opportunity to work with this team, and as I retire, I know that under John’s leadership, IPSC will continue to advance and thrive as a force to be reckoned with in the power generation industry.”
Keller will oversee the strategic direction of the company with priorities focused on expanding the leadership team, growing the organization and driving business results and profitability while assuring customers the safe and optimal operation of their assets.
“I am honored to step into the role of president and chief executive officer at IPSC,” said Keller. “Preparing for this position over the past few months affirmed to me that this organization is truly unique, ahead of the curve in the industry and ready to break the mold in the advancement of both the power generation sector and renewables. I am grateful for the opportunity to continue to cultivate the growth of this organization and I can confidently say that at IPSC, the future is bright.”
IHI Power Services Corp. is a subsidiary of Japan’s IHI Corp.