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KEYS EMPLOYEES ACHIEVE LONGEVITY MILESTONE WITH UTILITY

10/11/2017 ~ Three Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) employees will celebrate longevity milestones with the Utility in October.

KEYS’ John Albury will celebrate his 30th anniversary with the Utility on October 13th.

Albury currently serves as the Generation department Supervisor. In his current post he is responsible for supervising personnel and ensuring the reliable and cost effective maintenance and operation of generating equipment under the operational control of KEYS.

KEYS’ Stefan Washington will celebrate his 30th anniversary with the Utility on October 21st.

Washington currently serves as a Tree Trimmer within the Transmission & Distribution department. In his current post he is responsible for trimming trees around high voltage lines.

KEYS’ Ryan Gomez will celebrate his 5th anniversary with the Utility on October 16th.

Gomez currently serves as an Engineering Field Representative within the Engineering & Control department. In his current post he is responsible for planning, designing, drawing, inspecting, and initiating new construction, while ensuring the safety of overhead and underground electrical facilities.


KEYS REBATE PROGRAM IS BACK

10/05/2017 ~ Keys Energy Services (KEYS) re-launched its popular rebate program for energy efficient appliances and equipment on Sunday, October 1st.

The program includes the following rebate options for residential customers: Hot Water Heater Timer ($25); Programmable Thermostat ($25); Ceiling Fan ($25); White Roof Coating ($25); Dehumidifier ($50); Dishwasher ($55); Room Air Conditioner ($75); Refrigerator ($75); Clothes Washer ($100); Duct Leak Repair or Replacement ($150); Ductless Air Conditioner ($175); Central Air Conditioner ($250); and Solar Hot Water Heater ($450). The terms of the rebate program allow customers to receive more than one rebate per appliance type within a designated timeframe.

KEYS’ customers looking for more information on the rebate program should log on to KeysEnergy.com. Once online, KEYS’ customers can select from the 13 rebate options available and download the applicable form and application.

Rebates will be awarded to eligible KEYS’ customers on a first-come, first-served basis and the rebate program will end when funding is no longer available. KEYS is set to award approximately $99,000 in rebates, which will be added to the approximately $807,000 it has provided in rebates since 2008.


KEYS' EMPLOYEES ACHIEVE LONGEVITY MILESTONE WITH UTILITY

10/03/2017 ~ Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) employees recently celebrated longevity milestones with the Utility in September.

Walter Cashwell celebrated his 20th anniversary with the Utility on September 9th.

Cashwell currently serves as the Fleets & Facilities Supervisor within the Finance department. In his current post he is responsible for supervising the operations and maintenance of all KEYS’ properties, fleets, and facilities in a safe, reliable, and efficient manner.

Kris Bremer celebrated his 20th anniversary with the Utility on September 10th.

Bremer currently serves as a Systems Analyst in the Information Services section. In his current post he is responsible for ensuring the efficient operation and reliability of the network infrastructure, maintaining the operating condition of KEYS phone system, maintaining and managing network security, managing fiber infrastructure, and providing analytical and technical support to all software and hardware users.

Jamie Curry celebrated his 10th anniversary with the Utility on September 10th.

Curry currently serves as an Auto Diesel Vehicle Technician in the Fleets & Facilities section. In his current post he is responsible for performing routine maintenance, trouble shooting, and making necessary repairs on all KEYS’ vehicles and equipment.


POST-IRMA TRANSMISSION LINE REPAIRS TO IMPACT BOATERS AND WATER ACTIVITY

10/02/2017 ~ Keys Energy Services (KEYS) will begin work on Thursday, October 5th, removing and replacing four transmission line (TIELINE) poles, and related power lines and hardware that were downed during Hurricane Irma. The poles are located behind Big Coppitt and Rockland Keys, on the gulf side, near the Toppino bridge.

The work is scheduled to last an estimated two weeks and the immediate area will be closed to boaters and all water activity during that time.

Multiple barges, drilling equipment, boats transporting equipment and bucket trucks, and overhead line work will make the area dangerous. Boaters who access the Gulf under the Toppino bridge are urged to stay clear of the area during the construction period. Those who plan to engage in water activities should consider temporarily relocating their boats until construction is complete.

There will be no interruption in electrical service during the scheduled repair work.


KEYS SET TO WORK ON STREET LIGHT REPAIRS POST-IRMA

10/02/2017 ~ With reconstruction on all affected electrical feeders 100-percent complete, Keys Energy Services (KEYS) will soon begin work on assessing the damage to street lights and making necessary repairs.

A nighttime field assessment will take place the week of October 2nd to determine the repairs that need to be made. Repairs and replacements will commence on October 11th, and will take two to four weeks, depending on the extent of the damage. KEYS will make repairing public right of way lights a priority.


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