Policy Fellow in Energy & Environment
BS degree in Chemistry from Southern Utah University
MS and PhD in Physical Chemistry from Washington State University.
Joe Hoagland, PhD
Vice President, Stakeholder Relations
Tennessee Valley Authority
Dr. Joe Hoagland is Vice President of Stakeholder Relations and is TVA’s Designated Federal Officer for both the Regional Energy Resource Council and the Regional Resource Stewardship Council. He is responsible for strategic engagement of stakeholders around various issues including TVA’s energy resources, natural resource stewardship, and other key issues. In addition, Hoagland directs TVA’s strategy on technology innovation research, development, and implementation to improve TVA’s power system.
He has extensive experience in utility research and development including generation, technologies, distributed resources, storage, and environmental regulations. Some of Hoagland’s key responsibilities have included environmental policy, R&D strategy, and retail regulation, while serving in numerous TVA organizations including River Operations, Customer Relations, and Office of CEO.
Hoagland has served on boards and committees for several industry related organizations including EPRI, SEPA, Electricity Storage Association, Department of Energy, and CASL.
He is currently a member of the Board of Directors for CASL and SEPA. He also serves on EPRI’s Executive Resource Advisory Committee and is a Fellow for Energy Policy at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.