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FMPA’s Six Power Supply Projects

FMPA enables cities of all sizes to jointly participate in larger, more efficient power plants than they could on their own. Five of the six projects include power generation wholly or partially owned by FMPA, providing cost-based power to the cities. The solar project will be a power-purchase agreement with another Florida-based utility at a cost that is competitive with other forms of power generation today.

All-Requirements Project

All-Requirements is FMPA’s largest power supply project. It serves the power needs of 13 cities. All-Requirements members are owners of an efficient statewide power network.

Cities receiving power:

  • Bushnell
  • Clewiston
  • Fort Meade
  • Fort Pierce
  • Green Cove Springs
  • Havana
  • Jacksonville Beach
  • Key West
  • Kissimmee
  • Leesburg
  • Newberry
  • Ocala
  • Starke

St. Lucie Project

The St. Lucie Project is an 8.8% ownership in St. Lucie Unit 2, a 984 MW nuclear power plant operated by Florida Power & Light. The plant is located on Hutchinson Island in St. Lucie County, Fla.

Participants:

  • Alachua
  • Clewiston
  • Fort Meade
  • Fort Pierce
  • Green Cove Springs
  • Homestead
  • Jacksonville Beach
  • Kissimmee
  • Lake Worth
  • Leesburg
  • Moore Haven
  • New Smyrna Beach
  • Newberry
  • Starke
  • Vero Beach

Stanton Project

The Stanton Project is a 14.8% ownership interest in Stanton Unit 1, a 441 MW coal-fired plant operated by Orlando Utilities Commission. The plant is located in Orlando, Fla.

Participants:

  • Fort Pierce
  • Homestead
  • Kissimmee
  • Lake Worth
  • Starke
  • Vero Beach

Tri-City Project

The Tri-City Project is a 5.3% ownership interest in Stanton Unit 1, a 441 MW coal-fired plant operated by Orlando Utilities Commission. The plant is located in Orlando, Fla

Participants:

  • Fort Pierce
  • Homestead
  • Key West

Stanton II Project

The Stanton II Project is a 23.2% ownership interest in Stanton Unit 2, a 453 MW coal-fired plant operated by Orlando Utilities Commission. The plant is located in Orlando, Fla.

Participants:

  • Fort Pierce
  • Homestead
  • Key West
  • Kissimmee
  • St. Cloud
  • Starke
  • Vero Beach

Florida Municipal Solar Project

The Florida Municipal Solar Project is a joint project of 12 Florida municipal electric utilities. This 223.5-megawatt solar will consist of three 74.5-megawatt solar farms built in Osceola and Orange Counties. Operation is expected to begin in mid-2020, powering 45,000 typical Florida homes. The solar farms will be owned and operated by Florida Renewable Partners, a NextEra Energy company.

Participants

  • Alachua
  • Bartow
  • Fort Pierce
  • Homestead
  • Jacksonville Beach
  • Key West
  • Kissimmee
  • Lake Worth
  • Ocala
  • Orlando
  • Wauchula
  • Winter Park

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