COLUMBUS, OH: American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) is pleased to announce that Nathan Perry has joined AMP as vice president of financial planning and settlement operations.
In this role, Perry will oversee energy settlement operations, financial planning and special project financial analysis. He will also provide guidance and assistance to members regarding rate structures and billing matters.
Perry previously served in various roles with the City of Hamilton from 2013 to 2023, most recently as director of business services. As director, he was responsible for the long-term financial, rate, capital, debt and energy supply planning and strategies for the city’s utilities. He also represented Hamilton on the AMP Board of Trustees, sitting on the finance, legislative, power supply and generation, and risk management oversight committees. Prior to working for Hamilton, Perry worked as a consultant for Sawvel and Associates, Inc., where he developed in-depth knowledge of utility financials and power supply planning while preparing cost of service and rate studies, financial forecasts and power supply plans for municipal electric and natural gas utilities across the United States.
“Nate brings a great deal of experience in utility financials, rate planning and financial planning and analysis to the AMP team,” said Jolene Thompson, President and CEO of AMP. “We’re pleased that our members will continue to benefit from his knowledge of finance and municipal government and his demonstrated commitment to public power.”
Perry holds a Bachelor of Science from The Ohio State University, and a Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University. He is a member of the Government Finance Officers Association.