Brian Tulloh is vice president of Public Policy and Community Affairs for Energy Future Holdings (EFH). EFH subsidiaries include TXU Energy, a competitive retail electricity provider, and Luminant, the largest electricity generator in the state.
In this role, Tulloh is responsible for delivering the company’s public policy and external affairs objectives, working with policymakers and the broader public to best serve customers and communities across Texas. Recently, Tulloh was vice president of Public Affairs for TXU Energy. Since joining the company in 2002, he has led various strategic, analytic and organizational change efforts across the company’s competitive businesses.
Tulloh has 25 years of experience in various aspects of the energy industry. Prior to joining TXU, he was a leader in McKinsey and Company’s energy practice, where he served a variety of U.S. and European clients on strategy and organization issues. Prior to McKinsey, Tulloh held a series of positions within the ARCO family of companies in Texas and California, including oil and gas operations, public policy and natural gas trading analysis.
Tulloh also represents TXU Energy on the Board of the Center for Commercialization of Electric Technologies (CCET) in Austin, TX. He also serves on the Board of the North Texas Commission.
Tulloh earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Purdue University and is a registered professional engineer. He holds an MBA from Southern Methodist University.