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“I don’t know if there are very many people—men or women—who think they want to go work for a utility when they grow up,” said Debbie Kimberly, vice president of customer energy solutions at Austin Energy. But, that may change for future generations when they get a gander at how Kimberly’s career has unfolded under a motivating, mentor-filled utility environment. But, no, being VP of customer
Commonwealth Edison Company, perhaps better known as ComEd, is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation that provides service to approximately 3.8 million customers across Northern Illinois, or 70 percent of the state's population. Recently, that population got to put their two cents in on how ComEd’s bill looked through crowdsourcing. For this installment of Utility2Utility, we spoke to Ron
Of all the offices, businesses and residences left in the dark by Friday night's power outage in Downtown Memphis, none was hit harder than a certain five-story building at Second and Beale, where electrical service wasn't restored until 18 hours after all other customers had their lights back on.