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Questions and Answers about EthosEnergy Group

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at EthosEnergy Group.

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Too many players in the market, Ethos is low quality and high cost. It will not survive.


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It is not a growth company, fairly stagnant or shrinking. Likely candidate to be bought and broken up.

Answered - Director (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Not a good reputation for O&M contracts

Answered - Operator (Former Employee) - CA

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Ethos Energy Group PPS is experiencing financial woes which is why they are letting certain people go who are of seniority. They are operating plants with positions that remain vacant. I see GE taking over the contract with the four plants in Sacramento area due to Sacramento Municipal Utility District not pleased with Ethos Energy Group Management and code of Ethics. I would personally not recommend anybody work at the Sacramento plant (SCA Cogen) nor the Elk Grove due to hostile work environment created by the Plant Manager. He runs his crew on fear and shows favoritism only to those he likes. He cares more about his money and bonus (sadly) than he does his crew. The IBEW1245 union recently being voted in back in September 2017 is proof of this. Luckily the Union can protect the future staff and current staff from getting fired or reprimanded for petty offenses.

Answered - Mechanical Technician (Former Employee) - Elk Grove, CA

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Not good in 2017 i have seen (9) employees come and go, some of them were long term employed.

Answered - Electrical wire harness lead (Former Employee) - Duncan, SC

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It is moving forward.

Answered - Turbine Test Engineer (Current Employee) - Houston, TX

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