Prairie State Recognizes Veteran Employees

Prairie State Recognizes Veteran Employees

The Prairie State Generating Company (PSGC) annually celebrates Veterans Day by recognizing the great service and sacrifice that veterans have made for our country and our freedom. Each year on November 11, the energy campus hosts ceremonies to honor employees who have served in the military. “We are grateful to live in a country that grants us certain freedoms, especially when there are so m… More
2020 Trunk or Treat

2020 Trunk or Treat

This past Sunday, Prairie State hosted a socially-distanced trunk or treat for employees and their families. To ensure appropriately spaced arrival times, attendees interested in participating in the virtual costume contest had their photos taken at the event, and they were voted on through a Facebook contest. The winning costumes are shown in the photo above. Also during the event, attendees v… More
PPE Vending Machines

PPE Vending Machines

At Prairie State, personal protective equipment (PPE) vending machines are in use at both the power plant and mine. Our vending machines are important to employee safety because they offer convenient and easy access to PPE and other high turning inventory. Our vendors take care of stocking the machines on a weekly basis. At the mine, PPE vending machines are located in the staging area for con… More
2021 Summer Internship Openings

2021 Summer Internship Openings

Prairie State’s 2021 summer internship openings have been posted! Our paid interns perform meaningful work across our energy campus to gain real-life experience in their field. Click here to see all open positions and apply! More
Providing Fire Safety At The Mine

Providing Fire Safety At The Mine

The mine’s fire brigade has seen many positive changes so far this year. Every other month, the members are training with their crew to practice firefighting. The priorities of this team are personal safety, fire suppression, fire containment, and asset preservation. In the unlikely event of a fire, they have fifteen minutes to mitigate the flame before regulators must be notified, which is w… More