Vice-President Development Canada/Northeast U.S.
NextEra Energy Canada, ULC
Mr. Wiley has spent nearly 35 years working in the energy sector in the U.S. and Canada, including 18 years with NextEra and its affiliates. In his current role, Mr. Wiley is responsible for business development activities in Canada and the Northeast U.S.
Over the last six years under Mr. Wiley’s leadership, the Company has invested more than $2 billion on the development and construction of nine wind farms totaling nearly 700 megawatts in Ontario, Canada.
Prior to assuming this latest role, Mr. Wiley was Vice President of Business Management for NextEra’s Midwest and Canada regions overseeing all business issues associated with the Company’s 3,700 megawatts of generation assets in the region at that time, including two nuclear power plants (1,500 MW) and 27 wind farms (2,200 MW). In addition, Mr. Wiley has held the roles of Director, Business and Regulatory Affairs – Northeast U.S., Regional Business Director – Northeast U.S., and General Manager while with NextEra.
Prior to joining NextEra, Mr. Wiley spent 17 years with Central Maine Power Company (CMP) in a variety of roles, the last of which was as Managing Director of Generation, overseeing the CMP’s generation business which consisted of more than 1,600 megawatts produced from hydro, biomass, nuclear and oil-fired facilities.
Mr. Wiley currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Ontario Energy Association and formerly served on the Boards for the Maine Yankee, Connecticut Yankee, Vermont Yankee and Yankee Rowe nuclear power companies as well as the Kennebec Water Power Company and Androscoggin Reservoir Company.
Mr. Wiley has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine, an M.B.A. from the University of Southern Maine, and completed a Nuclear Reactor Technology Course for Utility Executives from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.