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Each document contained in the Investors section of the website is marked with a dated date and speaks only as of that dated date. Readers are cautioned not to assume that any information has been updated beyond the dated date unless a document expressly states that it constitutes an update of a specific portion of a document. FMPA expressly disclaims any duty to provide an update of any document contained in this section.

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Credit Rating

FMPA’s power supply projects have been reviewed by two respected credit rating agencies, Fitch Ratings and Moody’s Investors Service, to provide independent verification of creditworthiness. Credit ratings by Fitch and Moody’s reflect only the reviews of the rating agencies. Explanations of the significance of respective ratings and any outlooks or statements given should be obtained from the rating agencies.

Generally, each rating agency bases its rating and outlook, if any, on the information and materials furnished to it and on its own investigations, studies and assumptions. There is no assurance ratings will continue for a given period of time or that they will be upgraded, downgraded or withdrawn entirely by any of the rating agencies, if, in the judgment of such rating agency or agencies, circumstances so warrant. Those circumstances may include, among other things, changes in or unavailability of information relating to FMPA or the offered securities. Any such downgrade or withdrawal of ratings may have an adverse effect on the market price of offered securities.

Recent ratings are shown below.

FMPA Power Supply Projects Fitch Moody’s
All-Requirements Project
A+, Positive 1 A2, Stable 1
St. Lucie Project A, Stable 2 A2, Stable 2
Stanton Project A+, Stable 2 A1, Stable 2
Stanton II Project A+, Stable 2 A1, Stable 2
Tri-City Project A+, Stable 2 A1, Stable 3
1 Affirmed June 2017. Fitch upgraded its outlook from Stable. Ratings subject to change.
2 Affirmed March 2016. Ratings subject to change.
3 Upgraded March 2016. Rating subject to change.

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