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Top 50 rank: N.A.
Rank in Electric and Gas: 10 (Previous rank: N.A.*)
Overall score: 5.41

Address: 410 S. Wilmington St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: 919-546-6111
Website: www.progress-energy.com
Nine key attributes of reputation Industry rank
Innovation 12
People management 11
Use of corporate assets 10
Social responsibility 11
Quality of management 9
Financial soundness 11
Long-term investment 9
Quality of products/services 11
Global competitiveness 11
Industry: Electric and Gas
Most Admired
1 FPL Group 6.80
2 Sempra Energy 6.40
3 Exelon 6.35
4 Public Service Enterprise Group 6.06
5 Xcel Energy 6.05
6 Dominion Resources 5.96
7 Duke Energy 5.88
Contenders
Rank Company Overall score
8 Entergy 5.82
9 PG&E Corp. 5.60
10 Edison International 5.41
10 Progress Energy 5.41
12 AES 5.23
13 Consolidated Edison 5.00
14 FirstEnergy 4.57
From the March 16, 2009 issue
†Only companies that score in the top half of their industry survey are listed as Most Admired. The rest are listed as contenders.
*This year companies whose industry scores are equal when rounded to two places will receive the same rank. i.e., they will tie. In cases of ties, companies are listed in alphabetical order.
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