Progress Energy Florida
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Headquarters Saint Petersburg, FL
Size 5000+ Employees
Acquired By Duke Energy
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable

Sometimes the sunshine state just isn't bright enough, and that's when Florida Power (doing business as Progress Energy Florida) really shines. The utility transmits and distributes electricity to 1.6 million customers and oversees 10,025 MW of generating capacity from interests in 14 nuclear and coal-, oil-, and gas-fired power plants. Additionally, Florida Power purchases about 20% of the energy it provides. The company is interconnected with 22 municipal power systems and with nine rural electric cooperative systems. Florida Power, a subsidiary of holding company... More

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Progress Energy Florida Chairman, President & CEO James E. Rogers

James E. Rogers

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Saint Petersburg, FL Jun 2011 – Reviewed Sep 19, 2013

Interview Details – The hiring was coordinated through a recruiter and I was hired without much deliberation. It was done by phone with my immediate supervisor and his manager directed very technical questions in the attempt to understand my proficiency in telecommunications specific to the project. The people at…Full Interview

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