Make a Brighter Day
Fortnightly Magazine - May 2021
Change can only come when we stand together as one.
“We plan to deactivate approximately four gigs of legacy gas. That’s along with the remainder of our coal plants. It’s in our plan to not build any large-scale generation that isn’t hydrogen capable.”
PUF Annual Feature
PUF's annual look at our industry's drive to diversify its workforce and spend, plus a very special conversation on diversity in history.
His great-grandmother was Lewis Latimer’s sister. Conversation with former National Urban League president Hugh Price, along with Lewis Latimer House Museum executive director Ran Yan.
“For every job that becomes available, two things have to happen. You have to present a diverse slate of people to interview for that job and have a diverse interviewing panel.”
“From an investment standpoint, within the community, diverse business owners, and diverse suppliers, it’s a game changer. It creates a competitive environment that allows you to have local impact.”
“I’ve told our employees, don’t let a perfect conversation get in the way of a good conversation. I might use a word or say something that may not sound right but know my heart is in the right place.”
“We have a commitment to build a diverse workforce that mirrors the communities we serve.”
“Quite simply, employees of diverse businesses reinvest and spend their wages to purchase goods and services where they live.”