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CEO of statewide power agency describes benefits of a locally owned electric utility   ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 16, 2019 – Ocala Electric Utility contributes approximately $19 million in annual economic value to the local economy, according to
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The city of Winter Park will see lower wholesale electric costs for the foreseeable future after city officials negotiated a new power purchase agreement with FMPA.
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For the sixth consecutive year, FMPA's major power plants outperformed industry averages for reliability.
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Electric customers in 20 Florida cities have enjoyed lower electricity costs and enhanced service reliability for the past 30 years thanks in part to a joint effort among municipal electric utilities to share power-generating resources.
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FMPA, in conjunction with 12 Florida municipal electric utilities and NextEra Florida Renewables, LLC, today announced plans for a large-scale solar energy project to provide renewable energy for customers in the most cost-effective way.
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The city of Bartow will see lower wholesale electric costs in 2018 since city officials negotiated new five-year agreements for purchasing wholesale power from FMPA and the Orlando Utilities Commission.
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Tampa Electric Co. is evaluating whether to contribute its power generation to a pilot project with three Florida municipal electric utilities in an effort to reduce electricity costs for all customers.
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Electric customers are reducing their monthly power bills thanks to free, energy-saving products and rebates distributed in 2016 by 13 municipal electric utilities in Florida.
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Treasure Coast Energy Center was ranked as one of the cleanest plants of its kind in the nation, according to a recently-published study based on Environmental Protection Agency data.
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Electric customers are reducing their monthly power bills thanks to free energy-saving products and valuable rebates distributed in 2015 by 13 municipal electric utilities in Florida.
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