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Why Our Employees Matter

Citizens Energy Group employees do more than just supply water, wastewater, natural gas, and thermal energy services to their customers. They are people who volunteer, sing, coach, mentor, and give back to the community where they live and work. They are ordinary people who do extraordinary things. This campaign tells their story and how proud Citizens Energy Group is to be part of this community.

We’re all Citizens, just like you.

 
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  • VOLUNTEER. MOM.
    CITIZEN. EMPLOYEE.

    Krista likes to help. She gets her kids to practice, assists with the homework and still finds time to drive a few nails for Habitat for Humanity. But that's just the beginning. At Citizens Energy Group, she helps customers get the most for their energy dollars. Whether it's taking advantage of rebates or finding new ways to insulate homes, Krista's work stretches budgets. And as a mother she knows how important that is. But this mom doesn't just work for Citizens Energy Group...She's a customer too.

Investing In Our Community

Citizens Energy Group has embarked on the largest public works project in the City's history to restore Indianapolis' crumbling water and sewer infrastructure. Currently, when it rains as little as a quarter of an inch, millions of gallons of raw sewage overflow from our aging sewer system into area rivers and streams running through neighborhoods across our community. Citizens has begun the Dig Indy project to build over 27 miles of tunnels 250 feet beneath Indianapolis to store excess rain water and sewage until it can be treated.

The federally-mandated Dig Indy project and associated sewer improvements will cost about $2 billion. While these improvements will raise water and wastewater rates, many generations will benefit from these investments which will clean up our waterways while revitalizing neighborhoods and fueling economic development. Learn more.

DigIndy Cleaner Water. Better Neighborhoods.