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Wishing the Energy Central Community a Great Holiday Season and a Happy New Year

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I just wanted to take a moment to share this message from the entire Energy Central Team:

Whatever you celebrate during this season, we wish you a Happy Holidays! Hoping you get to spend some time with your loved ones, unwind and relax, and celebrate however you see fit in a happy, healthy, and safe way.

2021 has been a terrific year for Energy Central and been busier than ever for the power utility industry widely, and we've got a ton of great new opportunities coming in 2022. Thanks for everything our Community Members do to keep this platform vibrant and active, and we'll see you when you're back in the office!

 

- The Energy Central Community Team

 

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