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The Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) approved rate decreases Dec. 14 that will reduce the fuel portion of customer bills for electric customers in 13 Florida cities.
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Kissimmee Utility Authority (KUA) and the Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) hosted a dedication ceremony Dec. 14 for a third generating unit at Cane Island Power Park.
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The Florida Municipal Power Agency announced today that its electric operations are healthy and have no exposure to the serious difficulties being experienced by Enron Corp.
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FMPA General Manager and CEO Roger Fontes testified today before a House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality hearing on electricity transmission issues.
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Gov. Jeb Bush and the Florida cabinet unanimously approved the construction and operation of a new state-of-the-art, high-efficiency power plant that will provide electricity to city-owned electric utilities in Florida.
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Gov. Jeb Bush and the Florida cabinet unanimously approved the construction and operation of a new state-of-the-art, high-efficiency power plant that will provide electricity to city-owned electric utilities in Florida.
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Florida Municipal Power Agency filed legal actions today to press its case for equal treatment of its transmission line investments compared to that of dominate transmission owners like Florida Power & Light.
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Moody's Investor Service upgraded credit ratings July 24 on revenue bonds for three Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) power supply projects.
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Moody's Investor Service upgraded credit ratings July 24 on revenue bonds for three Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) power supply projects.
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A new pricing plan for electric transmission service is not in the best interests of consumers because it is estimated to cost electric customers $250 million more than they are paying now.
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