Spokane Journal of Business

Inland Power names new CEO

Longtime electric co-op exec to replace Jensen

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Inland Power & Light has named longtime electric cooperative executive Jasen Bronec as its new CEO. 

Bronec, who is scheduled to start Aug. 23, will replace Chad Jensen, who disclosed plans to retire late last year after nearly a decade as the organization’s CEO.

Inland Power board President Randy Suess says in a release that Bronec has “strong industry expertise and is aexcellent leader.

Suess says, “I am confident … our team will continue to deliver solid financial performance and superior customer service to our members.”

Bronec most recently worked as CEO of Delta-Montrose Electric Association, a Montrose, Colorado-based power cooperative that serves 32,000 meters in the western part of the state. He also previously led the Glacier Electric Cooperative, in Cutbank, Montana.

Headquartered at 10110 W. Hallett Road, west of Spokane, Inland Power is an 84-year-old electric cooperative that currently serves about 42,000 customers in 13 counties in Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

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