Energy Central's 100,000 View Club Expands-- Congratulations to the New Members!

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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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All of us on the Energy Central Community Team say this with regularity: we couldn't do what we do without our terrific, enthusiastic, and active members of the Energy Central Community. It is your insights, your eagerness to share, and your great response to our prompts that make the Energy Central platform the most can't-miss community for utility and energy professionals online. 

Because of how much we rely upon you, we like to regularly take a step back and recognize the heavy-hitter contributors who seem to be in the community day after day to push the dialogue further, share new insights, and keep the rest of us educated and informed about what we need to know in the industry today. 

In that vein, one of the highest recognitions we have for that is the Energy Central 100,000 View Club.

We've inaugurated 25 different Energy Central members before today (here are previous induction classes 12, 3, and 4), and it's time to welcome 3 more entries into the club:


These Energy Central regulars join the rest of the 100k club members who have garnered a combined 100,000 views of the content they have submitted to Energy Central. Achieved through an impressive combination of frequency in sharing and high-quality of contributions when they do share (thus allowing their articles to reach even more eyeballs). 

As these devoted members of the Energy Central Community have demonstrated, the power of Energy Central is only as strong as the insights and discussions brought in by our community of experts, professionals, and passionate individuals. Thanks to our community members, whether you have 100,000 views or 100 views, for making that happen!

And are you interested in one day making this esteemed list of elite Energy Central contributors, and thus establishing yourself as a real thought leader in the community? Well, the only way to start is by sharing your thoughts and your work today! So, share a post today, start a valuable conversation, and who knows—maybe it will become viral and you’ll join the vaunted members of this club soon enough!

Can't wait to see you join this list next!

Matt Chester

Community Manager

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Richard Brooks on Aug 4, 2021

Congratulations to all of the new 100,000 Views Club members.

The Energy Central (EC) Community is a special place for me. Knowledgeable people within our industry generously share their knowledge and experiences with others in a most respectful manner; everyone is welcomed to participate and engage in important and timely topics, and share their opinions, freely, without risk. Tapping into EC is like tapping into the real-time consciousness of the Energy industry; it's the finger on the pulse of industry happenings.

That's why I'm an Energy Central Member and I truly appreciate these great benefits.

Many thanks to Audra, Matt and the entire staff of EC personnel that keep the EC ship powered.

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Rao Konidena on Aug 5, 2021

I too echo Richard's congratulations!!

Well done, Matt and rest of the team.


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