Puget Energy

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    PSE is a great place to work where you can be proud of the company and career growth is limited only by your imagination

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    Current Employee - Human Resources  in  Bellevue, WA
    Current Employee - Human Resources in Bellevue, WA

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    Pros

    This is a very stable company that offers a positive and supportive work culture. We all want everyone to be their best and will do what we can to make that happen. We offer products and services to the communities in which we live, so it gives you a sense of doing something positive here at home. Plus, their commitment to green energy sources is something else, as an employee I feel very proud of!

    Cons

    Utilities are perceived to not be as exciting as some other industries, but as far as utilities go, PSE is pretty progressive. Here at PSE don't get the stodgy, old feeling of other utilities in the area. We are future-focused and you can feel that positive energy as we move towards those future goals.

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    Keep up the good work! This is a wonderful place to work and we have a great group of people here!

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Website www.pugetenergy.com
Headquarters Bellevue, WA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1999
Type Company - Private
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

A sound investment, Puget Energy is one of Washington State's largest utilities. Its electricity supply and transmission business, Puget Sound Energy, provides electricity to almost 1.1 million customers and natural gas to more than 753,640 customers in 11 counties in western Washington. The utility owns fossil-fueled and hydroelectric plants as well as wind farms with a cumulative total of about 5,320 MW of capacity. In 2010, Puget Holdings LLC, a consortium led by Australian bank unit Macquarie Infrastructure Partners, acquired Puget Energy for $7.4 billion. The deal... More

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