Nate Moore, operations and maintenance manager at the Battle Mountain solar and energy storage field operated by Con Edison, recently earned the company’s highest honor, the Con Edison’s Living Our Values Award.
The award honors employees who epitomize the company’s values of customer service, operational excellence, integrity and dedication to safety, according to an Oct. 13 press release.
Based in Northern Nevada, Moore is an employee of Con Edison Development, which is a one of Con Edison’s Clean Energy Businesses.
“If we want our environment to remain safe and clean, we have to take care of it,” Moore said in a statement. “I enjoy my job because I work for a company that is committed to sustainability and the fight against climate change. Our solar and wind farms produce emissions-free, renewable energy that people use to run their homes and businesses.”
According to the company, the Battle Mountain operation’s solar panels generate 101 megawatts of electricity. Battle Mountain also includes battery modules that store up to 25 megawatts.
Moore spent most of his childhood in St. Anthony, Idaho, and served seven years in the U.S. Army, rising to the rank of corporal.
He earned a wind turbine technician’s diploma from the Northwest Renewal Energy Institute in Vancouver, Washington. He and his wife, Breanna Moore, have a daughter and two sons. They live in Battle Mountain.