As we continue our series of getting to know your co-op employees and their duties, we turn our spotlight toward employees who tend to be a bit more visible to co-op members. These are the employees that really keep the lights on: the line crew.
At the September 2017 meeting, after review of the cooperative’s financial position, the Board of Directors voted to return capital credits to current and former members of the cooperative.
“For many years now, EnerStar’s strategic focus has been to simultaneously improve the cooperative’s financial status while upgrading our utility infrastructure,” said Mike Clark, EnerStar CEO. “We are pleased to say we are accomplishing our goal.”
For over 50 years, the electric cooperatives of Illinois have given tomorrow’s leaders the opportunity to learn from today’s public officials. And EnerStar is on the hunt to for two outstanding students to represent our cooperative at the Youth Tour this year.
EnerStar President and CEO Mike Clark has announced that Jake Keys received Journeyman Lineman status on August 16, 2017. Jake began the 4-year Apprentice Lineman step program in 2013, after 3 years in Enerstar’s Forestry department. Jake attended Lincoln Land Community College’s Electrical Distribution Lineman School in Springfield. Congratulations Jake!
For over 50 years, the electric and telephone cooperatives of Illinois have given tomorrow’s leaders the opportunity to learn from today’s public officials. And EnerStar is on the hunt to for two outstanding students to represent our cooperative at the Youth Tour this year.
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