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I worked at Bangor Hydro-Electric as an intern (Less than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
The atmosphere is very relaxed, when there's work there is a steady progression towards goals. The company is very safety oriented, and nobody wants anyone to rush and get hurt. If you dont know something, employees are more than willing to help. You're left to your own devices for the most part, perform the work given, and then move on. Lots going on all the time, its not hard to stay busy. Management is friendly, very safety minded, willing to help however possible.
Some jobs can be tedious, as an intern you arent allowed to operate equipment or vehicles, so when you're needed on a job it can be boring sometimes. Getting there at 6am is a little tough some mornings.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work!
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Bangor Hydro-Electric (BHE) has dropped its hydro, but the company still has plenty of electricity. As part of the restructuring of the electric utility industry in the state of Maine, BHE has shed its generating facilities, including its hydroelectric projects, to focus on distribution and transmission. The regulated utility serves 117,000 customers in six counties in eastern and east coastal Maine. BHE is a subsidiary of Canada's Emera, the parent company of electric utility Nova Scotia Power. It is a member of the regional transmission organization New England Power...