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Community Power+ Statewide Strength

We supply electricity to local utilities
who serve homes and businesses throughout Florida.


Low-Cost Power

Reliable Power

Clean Power

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Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) is a wholesale power agency owned by municipal electric utilities. FMPA provides power that is competitively priced, reliable and clean, as well as value-added services for its owner-customers.

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Power in Numbers

When we all work together, we create something bigger than the sum of our efforts. Take a look at the ways FMPA helps locally owned utilities create power in numbers.


Our member utilities serve approximately

2 Million Floridians

More than 2 dozen

time- and cost-saving services

Owned & Governed by

31 Florida Cities

70 people

manage more than $2 billion in assets

16 Power Plants

located throughout Florida

Helping cities control their power supply future

Latest News

Stay up-to-date on how we’re making power affordable and reliable in Florida’s best communities.

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FMPA is issuing a request for proposals for an executive search consulting services to conduct an search for FMPA’s next Chief Operating Officer.
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Sixteen employees of the Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) provided a new look to The Grove Counseling Center in Winter Springs as part of Heart of Florida United Way’s Day of Caring.
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FMPA announced today the promotion of Linda S. Howard to Chief Financial Officer, filling the position after the passing earlier this year of the power agency’s previous CFO, Mark J. Larson.
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FMPA and Florida Municipal Electric Association today released a new video produced in recognition of Florida Lineworker Appreciation Day, which is this Sunday, Aug. 26.
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Upcoming Events

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November 13, 2018

Meter Tech Roundtable – Hosted by Bartow

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November 14, 2018

Treasure Coast Energy Center Tour

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November 15, 2018

Audit and Risk Oversight Committee

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