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December 14, 2018

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Updated: Dec. 14 (18:05)

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The IBEW Difference
Updated On: Aug 16, 2017

When the sky went dark, our workers kept the lights on.


From the Total Solar Eclipse to Mother Nature’s harshest weather, skilled IBEW electrical workers are ready and able to jump into action at a moment’s notice.

Every day we’re braving the elements and working around-the-clock to keep your power on and your family safe. The neighborhoods we serve are where we live too, so we’re ready to respond when you need us most.

This job isn’t easy, but we have the knowledge and experience to handle the pressure. The IBEW’s intensive apprenticeships, combined with several years of on-the-job training, make us the best in the business.

As energy first responders, our work is filled with potential hazards. But thanks to our union, we have the skills, equipment and information we need to stay safe — and keep you protected as well.

The weather is changing, and so is our energy. We’re here to make sure your power remains safe, reliable and efficient, just as we have for generations. That’s the IBEW difference.

Visit our homepage, www.IBEW125.com, to learn more about our union and the work we do.


 
 
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