Scott Glaeser

Scott Glaeser serves as Vice President, P&L Midwest for G2 Integrated Solutions, where he leads the strategic direction of all projects based in the P&L Midwest region of the US. He is responsible for the development, implementation, and execution of business growth strategies that maximize regional growth while building stronger partnership relationships with customers across the region.

Scott has spent the last 25 years of his career working in various roles of increasing challenge and responsibility at Ameren Corporation, a Fortune 500 electric and gas utility company. He served 12 of those years as Vice President of several different divisions, including, most recently, as Vice President of Gas Operations & Development at Ameren Illinois Company, where he directed gas operations, engineering and technical support, regulatory compliance, and strategic planning for the Ameren Illinois gas transmission, HP distribution, and storage facilities. In this role, he led a team of 360 employees in areas of gas transmission/HPD design and engineering, gas storage operations and reservoir engineering, gas control/SCADA, gas supply, end-user transportation, gas pipeline safety and regulatory compliance, training/Operator Qualification (OQ), gas technical services (M/R), corrosion control, integrity management (TIMP/DIMP), and fleet operations for 2,400 vehicles/equipment. As Vice President of Gas Transmission at Ameren Transmission Company, Scott was the primary executive responsible for the development of a new interstate gas transmission and storage business to execute the corporation’s strategic plan to expand the power and gas transmission business under FERC jurisdiction. As Vice President of Gas & Electrical Technical Services at Ameren Illinois Company, he directed various operational, engineering, and technical support functions for the gas and electric distribution systems and led a workforce of 650 employees. During his tenure at Ameren, Scott focused on instilling strong regulatory compliance culture in all areas of responsibility, including FERC code of conduct and ICC/MPSC regulations. In addition to providing expertise in core utility functions such as operations, engineering, and regulatory affairs, he played a key role in the strategic planning, business plan development, and corporate acquisitions gained during Ameren’s growth period from 1998 through 2005.

Scott has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology. He also graduated from the AGA – Executive Leadership Development Program at Georgetown University. He is a former AGA Leadership Council member and former board member for the Briars Community Board and Buffwood Community Board. He currently serves on the board for the “United 4 Children” charity, which serves pre-school age children in the greater St. Louis area.