Dallas Winslow, Chairman of the Delaware Public Service Commission, was elected President of the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (MACRUC) at its annual meeting in June. MACRUC consists of utility commissioners from nine Mid-Atlantic States and is dedicated to the advancement of public utility regulation, utility legislation, and the policy interests of the nine states.
President Winslow stated that “it is imperative for the members to embrace the future in order to incorporate the rapid and significant technological changes occurring in the various sectors to ensure customers benefit from the technological changes and are charged a just and reasonable rate.”
Chairman Winslow was first appointed to the commission in March, 2005, was re-appointed in 2010 and 2015, and was appointed Chairman by Governor Markell in July, 2012. He graduated from Brandywine High School, Dickinson College, and Duquesne University School of Law. He served as the New Castle County Attorney, as a trial attorney for the State of Delaware for 31 years, and is a retired Army Colonel with active and National Guard Service. He and his wife Linda live in Lewes Delaware.