Holyoke Gas & Electric
William G. Morgan Award 2004
Established in 1902, the Holyoke Gas & Electric is a municipality-owned electric, gas, steam and telecommunications utility serving over 18,000 business and residential customers.
HG&E has endured the tests of time, surviving hurricanes, floods, blizzards and even a blackout in 1965 that affected every city and town in the Northeast ... except Holyoke.
In 1997, HG&E had the foresight to develop a high-speed fiber optic network for the city, offering technically unmatched Internet services. Since then, HG&E has become the premier Internet service in the Pioneer Valley.
The partnership between HG&E and the Volleyball Hall of Fame extends back over fifteen years. HG&E has provided state-of-the-art wireless communications for the Hall, a message link via billing inserts to the residents of their substantial territory, and major funding support for years of Morgan Classic Tournaments and Induction Celebrations, enabling teams from across the country and guests from around the world to participate in these events.
As we proceed into the new millennium, our partnership promises to continue providing information, programs, and tournaments that bring the excitement and thrill of the sport to every corner of the country. We welcome Holyoke Gas & Electric into the Volleyball Hall of Fame as the 2004 recipient of the William G. Morgan Award