CPS Energy Unplugged

Unplugged: The freedom of speech

Allbritton overcomes fear of public speaking, becomes hired storyteller The fear of public speaking is common. No matter how well… read more

April 17, 2017

Unplugged: Gallegos has thick skin for the pigskin

He’s a CPS Energy worker whose second job requires thick skin. It’s a part-time job where customers call you vulgar,… read more

December 1, 2016
David Luschen with student

Unplugged: Luschen shows United Way spirit at Boysville

At work, David Luschen uses his leadership skills and expertise to make sure our customers have reliable electric service. As… read more

September 30, 2016
workforce women

Saluting our diverse workforce this Labor Day

Elizabeth Mireles and Sharmila Gurrala are not like most other women in CPS Energy’s workforce. They represent a small number… read more

September 2, 2016
Cryer ride

Unplugged: Going the distance

Through cycling, Cryer finds both challenge and pleasure When it comes to getting from point A to B, most people… read more

July 20, 2016

Unplugged: Clearing the bar to citizenship

You hear it almost daily. The United States is the land of opportunity. For those of us born here, we… read more

June 30, 2016

Unplugged: When soccer isn’t just for kicks

Lane Burris is like any other dad. He let his kids try a little bit of everything until they found… read more

June 15, 2016
Unplugged-Teachers

Unplugged: Extra credit

Employees teach night classes, help others improve their skills Some long for the days of summer and escaping the classroom.… read more

June 1, 2016

Unplugged: Biker brotherhood bands together for good

Ray Jimenez and his brotherhood of bikers look a bit interesting when they ride up to a family-friendly event wearing… read more

April 1, 2016
Unplugged - Rudy

Unplugged: ‘Ministry of presence’

Guerrero uses his ‘gift’ to help hospital patients, others in need No one wants to be in the hospital. Rarely… read more

March 17, 2016
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