Fleet Management PDT

Program Development Teams (PDTs) are a diverse mix of energy industry professionals responsible for the content creation of programs. Role may involve subject matter expert recruitment, participating in planning meetings and receiving invaluable networking opportunities throughout the entire process. The Chair of this PDT rotates based on the hosted location for the next program session. PDT members provide survey suggestions, identify critical industry issues, share challenges and accomplishments and set the agenda for each session.

For more information on this Program Development Team contact Amy Nye at nye@westernenergy.org or at 503-688-2794

Committee Members

Don Ashmore

Tacoma Public Utilities

Fleet Manager
Chair

Chad Barrett

Salt River Project

Fleet Maintenance Manager
Member

Jacob Berks

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Fleet Manager
Member

Jeffrey Carter

Portland General Electric

Fleet Manager
Member

Steve Cole

NW Natural

Transportation Supervisor
Member

Gary Lentsch

Eugene Water & Electric Board

CA Fleet Manager
Member

Greg Loew

Avista Utilities

Fleet Manager
Member

Clint Marsh

San Diego Gas & Electric Company

Fleet Asset Manager, SoCal Gas + SDG&E
Member

Amy Nye

Western Energy Institute

Program Manager
WEI Program Manager

Paul L O’Neal

NW Natural

Operation Support Manager
Member

Thomas Patzlaff

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

Fleet Services Manager
Member

Robert Ruiz

Southern California Edison

Principle Manager of Fleet Operations
Member

Dale Sevy

Dominion Energy Utah

Manager, Fleet Services
Member
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Dale Sevy is director of fleet services for Questar Gas, a natural gas utility serving about 870,000 customers in Utah and parts of Wyoming and Idaho. Dale, along with 26 fellow employees in 10 garages, are responsible for the procurement, maintenance, and disposal of about 1,200 utility vehicles and the maintenance of another 600 affiliate-company vehicles. Dale and his team also have helped build one of the nation’s largest and most effective natural gas vehicle (NGV) refueling infrastructures.

Dale graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Utah Valley University. He has held various positions during his 34-year Questar career including: stationary equipment mechanic, automotive service technician, compressed natural gas project coordinator and fleet services supervisor.