Mr. Wallace is a senior executive focused on creating and leading organizations that deliver safe nuclear power. He is also well recognized for his leadership in critical infrastructure security.

Mr. Wallace retired as Vice Chairman and COO of Constellation Energy and Chairman of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, which includes nuclear generation of 3,869 megawatts. In addition, as COO, Mr. Wallace had direct responsibility for Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) and the company’s security organization. At Constellation Energy, Mr. Wallace was President of Constellation Generation Group, with more than 20 power plants in 12 states from Hawaii to Florida, with technologies including nuclear, geothermal, solar, coal, biomass, and hydro.

Mr. Wallace is a senior executive focused on creating and leading organizations that deliver safe nuclear power. He is also well recognized for his leadership in critical infrastructure security.

Mr. Wallace retired as Vice Chairman and COO of Constellation Energy and Chairman of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, which includes nuclear generation of 3,869 megawatts. In addition, as COO, Mr. Wallace had direct responsibility for Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) and the company’s security organization. At Constellation Energy, Mr. Wallace was President of Constellation Generation Group, with more than 20 power plants in 12 states from Hawaii to Florida, with technologies including nuclear, geothermal, solar, coal, biomass, and hydro.

Prior to joining Constellation Energy Group, Mr. Wallace was Managing Director of Barrington Energy Partners, LLC, a strategy consulting firm specializing in energy industry transactions and advisory services, focused on advising energy company executives on mergers and acquisitions, transaction financing, and market and investment opportunities.

Before joining Barrington Energy, Mr. Wallace had more than 25 years of senior executive and utility operations experience. He was Senior Vice President with Unicom/ComEd of Illinois, a $7 billion utility serving 3.4 million customers. He was also ComEd’s Chief Nuclear Officer, responsible for the operation of the company’s 12 nuclear generating units at six power plant sites. During his tenure he had responsibility for the completion of the Braidwood and Byron Nuclear Stations of Commonwealth Edison.

Mr. Wallace holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University and an MBA from the University of Chicago, with a specialization in finance. He also served as a naval officer in the U.S. Nuclear Navy’s submarine force.

In recent years, Mr. Wallace has served as Chairman of the Nuclear Energy Institute’s (NEI) Security Working Group (overseeing security for all 104 U.S. nuclear power plants) and Chairman of the Nuclear Sector Coordinating Council under the Department of Homeland Security’s National Infrastructure Protection Plan. He also served as Chairman of the Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security (PCIS), Member of NEI’s New Plant Oversight Steering Committee, Director of Nuclear Electric Insurance Limited (NEIL), Chairman of UniStar Nuclear Energy, and Chairman of CENG (a partnership with EdF for the operation of five nuclear power plants).

On a pro bono basis, Mr. Wallace is engaged in two broad based areas: nuclear energy and critical infrastructure security. He serves as a member of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), which advises the President of the United States on matters related to Homeland Security and presently co-leads the “NIAC Working Group on Cybersecurity.” He serves as a member of the Electricity Sub-Sector Coordinating Council (ESCC) and its Steering Committee. He also serves as Senior Advisor to the North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC). Since June 2011, Mr. Wallace has served as a Senior Advisor for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), leading the US Nuclear Energy Project, and as Co-Chairman of the Commission on Nuclear Energy Policy in the U.S. Further, he has supported related nuclear energy activities with the Department of Energy. He also served as a member of the U.S. Naval Historical Foundation Advisory Council.

Mr. Wallace is an advisor to the CEO, and serves on the Board of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), in Abu Dhabi, UAE; he also chairs the ENEC Board Committee on Nuclear Power. ENEC is engaged in the construction and operation of the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant (4 units, 5,600 megawatts). Mr. Wallace also serves on the Advisory Board of Centrus Energy Corporation, the U.S.-based trusted supplier of enriched uranium fuel for commercial nuclear power plants. He is also a member of The Corporation of Draper Laboratory, an independent not-for-profit laboratory serving interests of the U.S. government and the private sector.