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Mark Stoering

President, Xcel Energy - Michigan, Wisconsin

Mark Stoering is president of Xcel Energy - Michigan and Wisconsin. Previously he served as vice president, Portfolio Strategy and Business Development in Minneapolis, and was responsible for the company’s business portfolio management, including renewable energy strategy and the development of Xcel Energy’s renewable energy asset portfolio. He also had responsibility for corporate strategy development and corporate business planning processes. He has more than 23 years of experience in the electric and gas utility industry.

Stoering joined Xcel Energy as an economic analyst and has served in numerous corporate finance functions. Before joining the company, he worked in the Semiconductor Group at Texas Instruments.

He recently served as a member of the Electric Power Research Institute Renewables Executive Advisory Committee and the Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Federal Advisory Committee. He also has participated in renewable energy demonstration projects, in partnership with national laboratories and academic institutions.

Stoering serves on the Minnesota Children’s Museum board of directors and the Iowa State University College of Business Dean’s Advisory Council. He contributed six years of service with the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management Alumni Advisory Board, including two years as board president. He also has served as an advisor in the University of Minnesota Career Mentoring Program and as a high school applied economics instructor for Junior Achievement of the Twin Cities.

Stoering earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in corporate finance from Iowa State University.

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