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Utility Technology Support Specialist
As a public utility owned by the customers it serves, Naperville’s electric utility has proudly served the community for 120 years.  Bringing power to 60,000 customers each month, the utility provides reliable, quality, responsive and cost-efficient services in support of the health, welfare & growth of the City.  This is achieved principally by effective operation, maintenance and replacement activities; a well-planned and executed capital improvement program; an active employee safety and training program; and continuous public information.  Locally controlled and managed, the Naperville Electric Utility provides rates that are among the lowest in the state.  Other benefits of local management include greater reliability, efficiency and quicker responsive

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