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Valentine’s Day Cards for the Utility Industry and the Energy Central Community

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Energy Analyst, Chester Energy and Policy

Official Energy Central Community Manager of Generation and Energy Management Networks. Matt is an energy analyst in Orlando FL (by way of Washington DC) working as an independent energy...

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  • Feb 12, 2021

If you didn’t realize that Valentine’s Day is this Sunday—stop reading, make your dinner reservations, order your flowers, and thank me later.

But once you’re done saving the day, come back here to keep reading! As Energy Central’s Community Manager, I have a lot of love for the members of this community and the dedicated professionals across the utility sector.

So much love, that I wanted to share a few quick valentines:



But sincerely, thank you to the Energy Central Community Members, to the linemen putting themselves at risk every day, and for all our dedicated utility professionals who kept the lights on during a tumultuous year. We love and appreciate you all!

Feel free to drop your own Valentine’s Day notes in the comments—might be good practice for when it’s time to write the card for your partner on Sunday!


Matt Chester

Energy Central Community Manager


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