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Portland General Electric (PGE) keeps many Birkenstock-shod feet warm. The company, formerly a subsidiary of Enron, generates, purchases, and distributes electricity to about 815,820 customers in Oregon. PGE's service territory covers 52 cities, including Portland and Salem. Its hydroelectric, coal-fired, and gas-fired plants had a generating capacity of 2,766 MW in 2010, and it purchased another 2,074 MW of generating capacity. PGE also markets wholesale electricity and natural gas to other utilities and marketers in the western US. In keeping with the "green" image of...
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Pros: Values diversity and inclusion; and PGE values the communities we serve. Proud to work for this electric utility. I.T. department does some cutting edge things such as Agile, real-time integration via java/J2EE/Websphere. – Full Review
No Offer – Interviewed in Tualatin, OR (US) Feb 2014 – Reviewed last week New
Interview Details PGE did a tandem interview process. I found it interesting, but unnerving at the same time. I honestly do not know if it effected the outcome of the decision to not hire me. – Full Interview
tandem interview process – Answer Question