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FMEA Releases August 2014 Bill Comparison; Municipal Electric Utilities Lowest in 14 of 15 Categories

FMEA’s Bill Comparison for August 2014 shows Municipal Electric Utilities are lowest in 14 of 15 categories. The report compares utility bills for residential, commercial and industrial utility customers categorized by consumption in 15 categories. The report is produced monthly … Continue reading

Utility lends helping hand to survivors of domestic violence

FMPA supports Help Now of Osceola through United Way’s Day of Caring Employees of Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) provided helping hands for Help Now of Osceola, a domestic violence shelter and advocacy center in Osceola County, Fla. The project … Continue reading

TEA announces growth in CAISO market through partnership with the University of California

The Energy Authority (TEA), the strategic partner for public power, is pleased to announce its expansion in the California ISO through its services to the University of California (UC) system. Earlier this year, UC became a registered Electric Service Provider … Continue reading

JEA announces rebates for plug-in electric vehicles

JEA now offers rebates for qualified plug-in electric vehicles. The rebates apply to plug-in passenger vehicles, purchased or leased, either electric or hybrid, and are available to JEA residential customers who live in JEA’s service territory.

Scott Picks Patronis and Brown for PSC

Looking to a political ally to fill the job, Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday, September 18, named state Rep. Jimmy Patronis to a seat on the Florida Public Service Commission. Scott also reappointed Commissioner Julie Brown to a four-year term … Continue reading

Utility Rates to Increase for Florida Public Utility Co. Customers

The state Public Service Commission on Monday, September 15, approved an agreement that will lead to customers of Florida Public Utilities Co. seeing increases in their monthly electric bills. The utility, which serves about 31,000 customers in four counties, will … Continue reading

Florida Municipal Electric Association Urges Customers to Take Advantage of ENERGY STAR Tax Breaks

In an effort to promote energy efficiency and help customers lower their energy consumption and reduce their electric bills, the Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) encourages customers to take advantage of the ENERGY STAR sales tax break in Florida. From … Continue reading