Village of Versailles receives recognition


On behalf of the Village of Versailles, Utilities Superintendent Kyle Francis (left) accepts recognition of honorable mention in the System Improvement award category, presented by AMP President/CEO Marc Gerken.

On behalf of the Village of Versailles, Utilities Superintendent Kyle Francis (left) accepts recognition of honorable mention in the System Improvement award category, presented by AMP President/CEO Marc Gerken.


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VERSAILLES – The Village of Versailles was honored for its achievements during the past year at the 2018 American Municipal Power/Ohio Municipal Electric Association Conference.

Scott Riley, Village of Versailles, received an AMP Hard Hat Safety Award. The Hard Hat Safety Award recognizes individuals in AMP member utilities who have contributed to safety within their community during the past year, have shown adherence to on-the-job safety procedures and have promoted electric safety within their department and community in the past year.

The Village of Versailles also received a System Improvement Honorable Mention for its Circuit No. 2, 12 kilovolt (kV) Conversion Project, which converted the utility’s four kilovolt circuits to 12 kV circuits, improving the reliability of power supply and providing cost savings.

The annual AMP/OMEA Conference was held Sept. 24-27 in Cleveland and was attended by more than 300 municipal officials and industry representatives with speakers from various national organizations.

On behalf of the Village of Versailles, Utilities Superintendent Kyle Francis (left) accepts recognition of honorable mention in the System Improvement award category, presented by AMP President/CEO Marc Gerken.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/10/web1_Kyle-Francis-WEB.jpgOn behalf of the Village of Versailles, Utilities Superintendent Kyle Francis (left) accepts recognition of honorable mention in the System Improvement award category, presented by AMP President/CEO Marc Gerken. Courtesy photo