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Shadea Mitchell

Director of Client Marketing

About

Shadea Mitchell was the Director of Client Marketing for Virtual Peaker. She drove client outreach and engagement efforts to delight users of Virtual Peaker’s software and collaborates across teams to highlight strategic product innovations. As an early member of the company, she’s served in many different functions – from client training and program implementation to partner management and business development. She lives in Louisville, KY with her husband and two young children.

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Virtual Power Plant

The Problem That Virtual Power Plants Help Solve

Once the industry standard, the traditional power or peaker plant paradigm is being reimagined for the twenty-first century with a […]

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Director of Client Marketing
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Beyond Buzzwords: What DERMS & Virtual Power Plants Mean

Parsing utility industry terms is complicated by the shifting energy and regulatory landscape. In your reading, it’s likely that you’ve […]

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Director of Client Marketing

Dr. Sanya Carley on Energy Justice, Equity, and Rate Design

In this latest installment of our Q&A series, we’re speaking to Dr. Sanya Carley from Indiana University, who will be […]

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Director of Client Marketing
V2G Charging

Why V2G Charging Matters

The modern grid is increasingly complicated by a labyrinth of regulatory requirements aimed at decreasing carbon emissions and the looming […]

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Director of Client Marketing
Renewable Energy

The Clean Peak Standard & Renewable Energy

Hailed as the first Clean Peak Standard in the nation, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources just filed regulations expected […]

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Director of Client Marketing
Managed Charging

Cooperatives, EVs, & Managed Charging

Rural electric co-ops are embracing the growing electric vehicle (EV) market trends and increased infrastructural support. As EV markets continue […]

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Director of Client Marketing
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