John Matovich, BA, MBA
Executive Vice President, Energy Solutions and Services, Alectra Inc.
John is the Executive Vice President of Energy Solutions and Services at Alectra Inc. and is a member of the Executive Committee. Reporting to the President and CEO, John is responsible for establishing and enabling the strategic growth imperative for the non-regulated or competitive businesses within the Company. As part of the Executive Committee, John supports the broader strategic and operational objectives of the Company.
Immediately prior to joining Alectra, John worked at Deloitte LLP where he was a Senior Advisor for the Power, Utilities and Infrastructure practice and was actively involved in providing strategic consulting and financial advice to a wide variety of utility, government and industrial clients on matters relating to both the North American electricity and broader infrastructure sectors. In particular, John served as a key advisor to the four legacy utilities during the merger process to form Alectra, the second largest municipally owned utility in North America. He also advised Alectra on a number of financial and strategic elements in the period immediately following the merger.
John has over 25 years of experience in senior advisory and management roles for the North American electricity and infrastructure sectors. Previously, as the Industry Head of Scotiabank’s Power and Infrastructure Group, he was actively involved in a number of financial and strategic transactions for several of Canada’s leading utilities. John has also had prior operating experience as the Senior Vice President, Commercial for a $2.0 billion publicly-listed North American independent power producer which had over 2,000 MW of operating electrical generating facilities located across North America.
John holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Western Ontario. He has previously served on the Boards of several entities including the Association of Power Producers of Ontario.