Co-chair Policy Task Force Director, Natural Gas & Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Policy for Duke Energy
George Baldwin is Director, Natural Gas & Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Policy for Duke Energy and is responsible for leading the development, communication and advocacy for constructive public policy outcomes at FERC, in Congress, and within Duke Energy’s state jurisdictions.
Most recently, George served as the managing director for Government Relations & Sustainability for Piedmont Natural Gas where he led all aspects of federal and state government relations and sustainability program management, a position he has held since 2011. He joined Piedmont in 2003 and has served as their director of Major Account Services and their managing director of Legislative and Community Affairs. George also held several positions at North Carolina Natural Gas Company, including the vice president for Marketing and the Assistant vice president for Industrial Sales.
George serves as a Board Trustee at Appalachian State University, and on the following boards and committees; American Gas Association’s Legislative Committee, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America’s Legislative Committee, NC Energy Policy Council, E4 Carolinas, and the NC Chamber of Commerce.
Baldwin earned his Master of Environmental Management degree from the Nicholas School at Duke University, his Master of Business Administration from Campbell University, and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Appalachian State University.