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NextEra Energy, Inc.

www.nexteraenergy.com HQ: Juno Beach, FL NYSE: NEE

A NextEra Energy, Inc. Senior Software Engineer said:

“Horrible Place”
“Salary, cafeteria food, onsite gym” –
117 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.9 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

NextEra Energy, Inc. President & CEO James L. Robo

James L. Robo
50% Approve

National Grid USA

www.nationalgridus.com HQ: Waltham, MA

A National Grid USA employee said:

“Faded Glory”
“The people are awesome! Salary compensation is comparable for the industry.” –
112 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.0 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

National Grid USA CEO Steve Holliday

Steve Holliday
53% Approve

Con Edison of New York

www.coned.com HQ: New York, NY

A Con Edison of New York Junior Designer said:

“Junior Designer”
“Job security Overtime Benefits Diversity Good values” –
101 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.6 Employees are “Satisfied”

Overall CEO Rating

Con Edison of New York President & CEO John McAvoy

John McAvoy
100% Approve

Southern Company

www.southerncompany.com HQ: Atlanta, GA NYSE: SO

Southern Company is one of the largest energy providers in the United States. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, operations include generation plants, high-voltage transmission lines, low-voltage…Full Overview

A Southern Company employee said:

“Great Company”
“Great management that was very interested in allowing you to learn whatever you were interested in. Southern Company very heavily promotes from within and makes it relatively easy for you to transfer…” –
111 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.3 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Southern Company CEO Thomas A. Fanning

Thomas A. Fanning
73% Approve

FirstEnergy

www.firstenergycorp.com HQ: Akron, OH NYSE: FE

A FirstEnergy Account Executive said:

“Decent pay but horrible management”
“This company offers a relatively competitive compensation/benefits package compared to others in NE Ohio.” –
107 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.3 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

FirstEnergy President, CEO and Director Anthony J. Alexander

Anthony J. Alexander
48% Approve

EnerNOC

www.enernoc.com HQ: Boston, MA NASDAQ: ENOC

An EnerNOC Project Manager said:

“Frequent change with a lack of vision”
“- Flexible in terms of working from home or working slightly different hours. - Good people in general.” –
103 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.3 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

EnerNOC Chairman and CEO Tim Healy

Tim Healy
63% Approve

DTE Energy

www.dteenergy.com HQ: Detroit, MI NYSE: DTE

A DTE Energy employee said:

“An okay place to work”
“DTE is an okay place. Pay is decent, but don't expect much of a raise. Work life can be good if you're in the right group. A lot really rides on having a good manager/supervisor. Make sure you can…” –
92 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.7 Employees are “Satisfied”

Overall CEO Rating

DTE Energy President & CEO Gerard M. Anderson

Gerard M. Anderson
89% Approve

Constellation Energy Group

www.constellation.com HQ: Baltimore, MD

A Constellation Energy Group Intern said:

“Intern”
“Good culture, working environment and helpful” –
93 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.4 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Constellation Energy Group Chairman, President, and CEO; Chairman, Baltimore Gas and Electric Mayo A. Shattuck III

Mayo A. Shattuck III
66% Approve

Northeast Utilities

www.nu.com HQ: Hartford, CT NYSE: NU

A Northeast Utilities employee said:

“Cold”
“no good reasons to work here.” –
77 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.2 Employees are “Dissatisfied”

Overall CEO Rating

Northeast Utilities CEO Thomas J. May

Thomas J. May
13% Approve

AES Corporation

www.aes.com HQ: Arlington, VA NYSE: AES

Every day, our people work towards a common goal of providing affordable, sustainable energy to the communities and countries in which we operate. Our company is comprised of individuals from diverse…Full Overview

An AES Corporation employee said:

“Challenging environment, with lots of opportunities to learn and grow.”
“A changing complex business model provides great learning opportunities. Great people who work together towards a common goal. Long term compensation and bonus potential make up a good compensation…” –
90 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

4.0 Employees are “Satisfied”

Overall CEO Rating

AES Corporation President & CEO Andrés Gluski

Andrés Gluski
83% Approve