Todd Anderson, B.S.

Todd Anderson
Dominion Energy Clearinghouse
120 Tredegar Street
Richmond VA 23219

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Todd Anderson, an AMS member, is the Chief Meteorologist for Dominion Energy Clearinghouse,the energy marketing and trading arm of Dominion—Virginia Power. His duties include developing and implementing a weather program to meet department risk management needs. Some responsibilities include optimizing system assets with respect to weather risk, monitoring changes in weather forecasts for their impact to energy commodities, evaluating and advising the company on positions of weather derivatives and insurance. In two prior positions Mr. Anderson was a co-partner of a weather consulting firm that provided weather forecasts for radio stations; and a senior meteorologist with Carolina Power and Light Company, where he forecast weather, supported nuclear emergency preparedness, collected and analyzed meteorological data, and conducted special studies. Mr. Anderson earned a B.S. degree in Meteorology from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. He is an officer of the Central Virginia Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), and a Member of AMS's Committee on Applied Climatology.

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