A day in the life of Laramie River Station Shift Supervisor Jason Sackman

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Jason Sackman, Laramie River Station shift supervisor.

Six years ago, Jason Sackman, a young, hardworking man from Bismarck, North Dakota, left the Wisconsin co-op job he had known for 15 years to start a new chapter in his career at Basin Electric’s Laramie River Station near Wheatland, Wyoming. Unlike many other family men in the power plant industry, he has always enjoyed shift work and the sometimes stressful, always busy days that make up their careers. He also says he is always up for a challenge.

And a challenge was exactly what this shift supervisor got.

Two years ago, an emissions-control project required by a settlement agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency reached a point where Laramie River Station operators began significant involvement, and Sackman has been instrumental in its implementation.

Read more about Jason Sackman’s experience in the Basin Today Spring Issue: A day in the life of Shift Supervisor Jason Sackman

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