Mark Stoering, Retiring as President, Xcel EnergyMark Stoering, President, Xcel Energy-Wisconsin and Michigan, is retiring at the end of the year after more than 33 years of service to the company. He played key roles in laying the foundation for the company’s clean energy strategy, including leading the development of community solar in Wisconsin and the first company-owned wind farms.

 “Mark has had a tremendous impact on our company and, more importantly, the hundreds of communities we serve in Wisconsin and Michigan,” said Bob Frenzel, Chairman, President and CEO of Xcel Energy, Inc. “He has always been a great innovator and leader and has built a strong team that will carry on his legacy.”

Stoering became President of Xcel Energy-Wisconsin and Michigan in 2010 and led the company through its most significant growth since its founding in 1924. He worked closely with local, state and federal leaders, and helped guide economic development organizations such as the Gateway Industrial Park Corporation in Eau Claire. He was also a member of the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change where he was able to share Xcel Energy’s industry-leading clean energy vision with state leaders.

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