PowerSouth Youth Tour winners (left to right) Cyndreca McKinney, Garian Ware, J.C. Adams and Rachel Dayton tour Arlington Cemetery on June 12.
For the Birds | July 6, 2016
On August 13, 2013, ExxonMobil pled guilty to killing approximately 85 migratory birds in five states. The birds, none of which were protected or endangered, died as a result of exposure to natural gas reserve pits and wastewater storage areas between 2004 and 2009. Exxon paid fines and made community service payments of $600,000, and agreed to invest more than $2,500,000 in its compliance plan to prevent additional bird deaths at its facilities.
Hurricane season begins June 1, and as always, safety is PowerSouth’s highest priority. The Weather Channel Professional Division expects the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season to be the most active since 2012 with a total of 14 named storms, eight hurricanes with three considered major.
Year round, safety is PowerSouth’s number-one priority. A company-wide Emergency Response Plan thoroughly details preparation and restoration guidelines for natural disasters. Employees are involved in emergency response and know their role and how to execute the plan accordingly. We hold annual drills to ensure we operate smoothly and effectively.
You flip a switch. You plug in. The electricity flows. And somewhere not far away, a turbine turns and a generator spins to produce the electricity we all depend on.
Conserving today means saving tomorrow. Rising energy costs. Climate change. These are complex issues. Lowering your monthly electric bill? That's easy.
PowerSouth realizes the importance of energy education in the communities it serves. The distribution members offer a variety of education programs for all ages. Programs include:
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