Bill Bojorquez joined Hunt Power in September 2008 and is responsible for directing long and short range transmission planning studies, evaluating new techniques and preparing implementation plans for project deployment for Hunt Power throughout North America. Bojorquez represents Hunt Power with regional ISOs/RTOs, government and regulatory bodies.
Prior to joining Hunt Power, Bojorquez served as ERCOT's Vice President of System Planning responsible for transmission and generation adequacy and planning, oversight of transmission system additions, congestion revenue right auctions, renewable energy credit trading, long-term and renewable energy zone transmission studies, and the development of transmission service policies enabling a competitive market in the ERCOT region.
He represents Hunt Power in the North American Energy Reliability Corporation (NERC) forums, and serves as the Chairman of the NERC Reliability Assessment Subcommittee responsible for seasonal and long-term reliability assessment of the NERC regions.
Prior to joining ERCOT, Bojorquez worked at the California ISO as director of market operations and at Southern California Edison in various positions in the system operations and transmission planning. He earned his bachelors degree in electrical engineering and masters in business administration from the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is also a certified Professional Engineer.