James Holloway is vice president–Nuclear Engineering & Fleet Support.

His organization is responsible for all facets of engineering support of the Dominion Energy fleet of seven operating reactors; corporate regulatory affairs including nuclear licensing, emergency preparedness and NERC compliance; and the Subsequent License Renewal project team.

Holloway joined Dominion Energy in 2001 as design engineer at Surry Power Station. After obtaining experience in Operations as a shift technical advisor, he became supervisor-Engineering Coordination in 2009. He subsequently held a series of supervisory positions in Nuclear Engineering at Surry Power Station. He was promoted to Manager Site Engineering in January 2018 and transferred to Manager Nuclear Site Services in September 2018. He was promoted to Director-Nuclear Engineering in August 2020 and was for supporting the Company’s operating nuclear power generating stations. He assumed his current post in August 2022.

Prior to joining the company, he worked at Newport News Shipbuilding as an engineer.

Holloway received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University. He earned a shift technical advisor certificate in 2004 and senior reactor operator (SRO) certificate in 2007.

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