DOVER, Del. Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK) announced today that two of its businesses were recognized for the second consecutive year with Stars of Delaware 2021 awards by the Delaware State News. Chesapeake Utilities, the Company’s natural gas distribution system on the Delmarva Peninsula, was honored as the “Best Company with Over 50 People,” and Sharp Energy, the Company’s propane distribution subsidiary, received the award for “Best Propane Company.”

The Stars of Delaware awards celebrate and recognize the best Delaware has to offer. This year’s contest received more than 18,000 nominations and 27,000 votes.

“Customers in the communities where we live and work are extensions of our Chesapeake Utilities family,” said Shane Breakie, vice president of Chesapeake Utilities. “Their votes of confidence reflect our commitment to playing an active role and being a constant resource in those communities.”

“We are thrilled to be recognized again this year with Stars of Delaware honors,” said Andrew Hesson, vice president of Sharp Energy. “It’s rewarding to know that our commitment to safety and exceptional customer service is recognized by our customers across our service territories, and we look forward to delivering value for many years to come.”

About Chesapeake Utilities
Chesapeake Utilities, the corporation’s Delmarva Peninsula natural gas distribution operations, serves approximately 94,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in Delaware and Maryland. Chesapeake’s Delaware division serves southern New Castle, Kent and Sussex Counties. Chesapeake’s Maryland division operates on Maryland’s Eastern Shore