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Applied economics alum named a “Fortnightly Under Forty” in public utility

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Congratulations to Bill Davis ’02, M.S. ’03, of Ameren for being named to the Public Utility Fortnightly’s “Fortnightly Under Forty.” Davis is a graduate of Illinois State University’s applied economics sequence in electricity, natural gas, and telecommunications economics.

Public Utilities Fortnightly is the forum for stakeholders in utility regulation and policy. It was founded in 1928 to provide a neutral platform for key stakeholders to contribute to the conversation surrounding regulatory and policy issues. It provides a platform where all industry stakeholders have a voice and can “Impact the Debate.”

The “Fortnightly Under Forty” is awarded each year to selected members who are under the age of forty and who are considered to be a rising star of the industry.

Related Video: Under Forties Speak Thirty-two of this year's winners of the Fortnightly Under Forty speak about their great careers thus far in this virtual brown-bag lunch. The speakers are listed below along with their start time in the video.