Young LDC Manager Sees Millennials as an Answer, Not a Threat

December 2016, Vol. 243, No. 12

By Michael Reed, Managing Editor

Bradley Walters, gas distribution manager for the city of Rocky Mount, NC, sees the public utility’s gas services and infrastructure program from an especially fresh perspective. At 30 years old, what other choice would he have? Already with the city nearly eight years, Walters, who cut his teeth on the natural gas business as project gas system engineer up until his recent promotion, sees his environmentally conscious generation of millennials as a perfect fit for the industry. He sees his work in the natural gas industry not only as an opportunity to make a good…

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