November 5, 2012
- Dawn Gallina has joined NuScale Power, LLC, as Director of Strategic Sourcing.
In her new assignment, Gallina is responsible for initiating, nurturing, and maintaining NuScale’s important strategic relationships with current and prospective suppliers.
Gallina has ten years in the international power industry — including nuclear, gas, oil, and water — and a total of 15 years in both national and international projects. Before joining NuScale, she spent five years with Alstom Power, Inc. as a director of legal and contracts. While with Alstom, Gallina was actively assigned to both retrofit and new nuclear projects, working with utilities in the U.S. and Europe.
A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Gallina holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Operations/Production Management from Arizona State University, a Masters of Business Administration and Juris Doctorate from Drake University, and an LL.M. in Securities and Financial Markets Regulation from Georgetown University Law Center.
About NuScale Power, LLC
NuScale Power is designing a nuclear steam supply system and nuclear power plant that offers the benefits of nuclear power but takes away the issues presented by installing large capacity. The NuScale design is for a modular, scalable Light Water Reactor (LWR) nuclear power plant system. A nuclear power plant using NuScale’s technology is comprised of individual NSSS modules. Each produces 45 megawatts with its own combined containment vessel and reactor system, and its own designated turbine-generator set. A power plant can include as many as 12 NuScale integral PWR modules to produce as much as 540 megawatts. NuScale nuclear power plants are scalable – additional modules are added as customer demand for electricity increases. These multi-module plants are highly reliable – one unit can be taken out of service for refueling or maintenance, or a new unit added, without affecting the operation of the others. For more information visit www.nuscalepower.com