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Robert L. Mitchell

Chief Executive Officer

Trans-Elect Inc

HQ Phone:  (301) 841-7511

Direct Phone: (240) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.com

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Trans-Elect Inc

4445 Willard Ave Suite 1050

Chevy Chase, Maryland,20783

United States

Company Description

Trans-Elect is committed to making America's electric transmission grid more reliable by developing, building or purchasing transmission systems and operating those systems efficiently to expand capacity and lower costs. As an independent transmission owner,...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Atlantic Wind Connection


Vice President Of Technology

Bosque Systems , LLC


Assistant Chief of Adult and Family Medicine

The Permanente Medical Group


Certified Healthcare Environmental Manager (HEM)

Naval Hospital


Family Physician

The Permanente Medical Group


Family Physician

US Navy


Affiliations

California Foundation

Board Member


Council on Environmental Quality

Member


Education

UC Berkeley


B.A.

Chemistry and Minor

Old Dominion University


BS

SUNY Albany


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Robert L. Mitchell - ( CEO ) Mr. Mitchell initiated the formation of Trans-Elect in 1999 as a pioneer in the independent transmission business.


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Robert L. Mitchell : ( CEO )
Robert L. Mitchell: ( CEO ). Mr. Mitchell initiated the formation of Trans-Elect in 1999 as a pioneer in the independent transmission business. Mr. Mitchell comes to the electric industry with a diverse background in business and serving in high-level positions in the executive and legislative branches of state and federal governments. Most notably, he served as Chief of Staff to US Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska , was a President Carter appointee to the US Department of Agriculture and served in the cabinet of Michigan Governor James Blanchard. He co-founded the bi-partisan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University . Mr. Mitchell has also formed and run business ventures in real estate, finance and energy. He has served as Chairman of the Capital City Revitalization Task Force, member of the Council on Environmental Quality in Michigan. He has been a Rotarian and active member of the community serving on public education task force and in youth centered programs. Mr. Mitchell has served on the board of the California Foundation for the Economy and Environment.


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Trans-Elect Development Company, LLC. Trans-Elect Development Company, LLC. Robert L. Mitchell : ( CEO ) Robert L. Mitchell: ( CEO ). Mr. Mitchell initiated the formation of Trans-Elect in 1999 as a pioneer in the independent transmission business. Mr. Mitchell comes to the electric industry with a diverse background in business and serving in high-level positions in the executive and legislative branches of state and federal governments. Most notably, he served as Chief of Staff to US Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska , was a President Carter appointee to the US Department of Agriculture and served in the cabinet of Michigan Governor James Blanchard. He co-founded the bi-partisan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University . Mr. Mitchell has also formed and run business ventures in real estate, finance and energy. He has served as Chairman of the Capital City Revitalization Task Force, member of the Council on Environmental Quality in Michigan. He has been a Rotarian and active member of the community serving on public education task force and in youth centered programs. Mr. Mitchell has served on the board of the California Foundation for the Economy and Environment.


Offshore Transmission Line Takes a Step Forward - Connecting with Energy

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Robert L. Mitchell, the chief executive of the Trans-Elect Development Company, the project's developer, said that an environmental study would take about 18 months.
The decision also clears the way for his company to begin negotiating commercial terms for the right-of-way with the Department of Interior, he said. Mr. Mitchell suggested that the Atlantic Wind Connection could eventually cut customers' bills by bringing electricity from low-cost areas like southern Virginia to northern New Jersey. he Northeast is prone to grid congestion, a situation in which low-cost generators in distant places stand idle but higher-cost generators closer to load must operate because there is no space on the transmission lines to bring electricity in from farther away. "There's at least a billion dollars a year that ratepayers are paying extra just because of congestion,'' Mr. Mitchell said. "Our line, even the first leg of it, will make a contribution to reducing that. '' The first segment of the transmission line will probably stretch from northern New Jersey to the Atlantic City area, he said.


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