PITTSBURGH — The Efficiency Network (TEN), a subsidiary of Duquesne Light Holdings Inc. (DLH), has named Alison Shea senior vice president of business development effective Jan. 2. In her role, Shea will oversee advancement across all of TEN’s business lines; lead expansion in the Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. markets; and support the execution and development of TEN’s strategic long-term growth plan. Shea brings more than 30 years of experience to the role and will help TEN’s clients reach their goals for safe, affordable, sustainable and climate-friendly energy consumption.
Shea has extensive expertise in sales and project management, particularly with delivering energy solutions to private and public sector customers. Previously, Shea served as vice president of sales at Limbach Company, a building solutions firm that offers HVAC, mechanical, electrical and plumbing contracting services. Prior to Limbach, Shea served as regional sales manager at Siemens Industry; president of Becsys, a Virginia-based energy engineering firm; and director of facilities management and lab services at the University of Maryland, College Park.
“I’m honored to have Alison bring her broad energy expertise to the TEN team so we can continue to provide the best service possible to our customers,” said Troy Geanopulos, CEO of TEN. “Her experience in the energy sector and professionalism with our industry’s clientele will drive and expand our service to customers outside of Pennsylvania while further supporting our mission to create a clean energy future for all.”
Shea earned her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech University. She sits on two advisory boards — the Maryland Clean Energy Center and the Renewable Maryland Project — and is a past board member of the Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership.
Shea resides in northern Virginia with her husband.