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At Xcel Energy, we pride ourselves on providing a dynamic work environment for our employees, where they are challenged, respected, and rewarded. We have a wide variety of positions working together to make our company successful, and we’re constantly looking for new talent to join our team.

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We promote an inclusive culture that’s focused on safety. We pride ourselves on keeping our employees engaged and helping them to develop their skills and talents, in addition to making it a priority to recognize their achievements.

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Energy Saving Tip

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