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Northwestern Energy CEO Robert Rowe On Montana's Energy Infrastructure

Robert Rowe
Robert Rowe

Today's guest is Robert Rowe, CEO of Northwestern Energy, provider of electricity and natural gas to over 700,000 residential and business customers in Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska.

Bob has been CEO since 2008 and prior to that served as chair of the Montana Public Service Commission for 11 years. He’s also served in leadership roles for various organizations committed to improving the efficiency and stability of our energy systems.

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