Energy Central Celebrates National Tradesmen Day with a Look at this Year's Top Submissions on Utility Line Workers

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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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We're excited to recognize the upcoming 'National Tradesmen Day,' a celebration held since 2011 that: "honors the men and women whose skills and hard work build America. And, their skills keep it running strong. The day recognizes the professionals who maintain the complex infrastructure of our roads, cities, water systems, and power grids."

The entire utility industry is built on the back of these on-the-ground workers who work to keep the grid humming smoothly. Given the occasion, we thought it appropriate to take a quick look back at some of the top content related to lineworkers from the past year, as we hope you all join us in celebrating #NationalTradesmenDay:


Duke Energy Florida’s local lineworkers advance to international competition


Saluting Our Nation’s More Than 100,000 Electrical Lineworkers


Recognizing Military Veterans Across Utilities: Military Lessons in Adaptation Allowed Joe Spencer to Thrive in the Energy Sector - [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]


National Lineman Appreciation Video: Lunch with a Lineman


Of Storms, Networks, and Retirement


Minnesota program helps manufacturers train their teams for an all-electric future


Vegetation Management: Saving Trees or Saving Lives?


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