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FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for November 2022
FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for November 2022

FMEA’s Electric Bill Comparison for November 2022 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $2.63 more than the average bills for investor-owned utilities per 1,000 kWh. Overall, out of fifteen ranked categories, the City of Quincy reported the lowest bills in... Continue Reading

Postedby Elizabeth Bendele
Date posted12/29/2022


FMEA would like to welcome our newest Associate Members EBI and Jake Rudisill Associates
FMEA would like to welcome our newest Associate Members EBI and Jake Rudisill Associates

Please always remember the companies who support FMEA and the Florida Public Power community first when you need to purchase goods or services! Electrical Builders, Inc. (EBI) Since 1974, EBI has specialized in providing high quality industrial electrical and welding services to utilities, power... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted12/5/2022


FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for October 2022
FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for October 2022

FMEA’s Electric Bill Comparison for October 2022 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $3.38 more than the average bills for investor-owned utilities per 1,000 kWh. Overall, out of fifteen ranked categories, Homestead Public Services reported the lowest... Continue Reading

Postedby Elizabeth Bendele
Date posted11/18/2022


Statement by: Amy Zubaly, Regarding Preparations for Tropical Storm Nicole
Statement by: Amy Zubaly, Regarding Preparations for Tropical Storm Nicole

“As Florida prepares for a yet another hurricane to make landfall on our coast, the Florida Municipal Electric Association has been closely monitoring what is expected to become Hurricane Nicole. While Florida public power utilities have been preparing year-round for storm season and have... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted11/8/2022


“Building Strong Communities” Awards Presented to Florida Public Power Utilities
“Building Strong Communities” Awards Presented to Florida Public Power Utilities

At its annual Energy Connections Conference and Trade Show in Orlando, the Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) today presented 17 Florida public power utilities with “Building Strong Communities” awards. These awards were created to recognize Florida’s community-owned... Continue Reading

Postedby Joanna White
Date posted11/2/2022


Florida Public Power Utilities Prepare for Cyberthreats
Florida Public Power Utilities Prepare for Cyberthreats

Utility companies are attractive targets for hackers and have a high exposure to cyberattacks. To help Florida’s municipal electric utilities understand the threat landscape and resources to prevent cyber incidents, the Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) and the Florida Municipal... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted11/1/2022


FMEA would like to welcome our newest Associate Members TextPower and Blackout Power
FMEA would like to welcome our newest Associate Members TextPower and Blackout Power

Please always remember the companies who support FMEA and the Florida Public Power community first when you need to purchase goods or services! TextPower, Inc. TextPower provides text messaging (SMS) solutions for mission-critical applications ranging from immediate communications with... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted10/31/2022


FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for September 2022
FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for September 2022

FMEA’s Electric Bill Comparison for September 2022 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $2.50 more than the average bills for investor-owned utilities per 1,000 kWh. Overall, out of fifteen ranked categories, New Smyrna Beach Utilities reported the lowest... Continue Reading

Postedby Elizabeth Bendele
Date posted10/21/2022


Florida Public Power Has Restored Power to Customers Following Hurricane Ian
Florida Public Power Has Restored Power to Customers Following Hurricane Ian

Within six days of Hurricane Ian making landfall in Florida, Florida’s public power utilities have restored power to 99.99 percent of all customers capable of accepting electric service. One of the most disastrous hurricanes in Florida’s history, Hurricane Ian impacted two-thirds of... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted10/5/2022


FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for August 2022
FMEA Releases Monthly Bill Comparison Report for August 2022

FMEA’s Electric Bill Comparison for August 2022 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $6.44 more than the average bills for investor-owned utilities per 1,000 kWh. Overall, out of fifteen ranked categories, New Smyrna Beach Utilities reported the lowest bills... Continue Reading

Postedby Elizabeth Bendele
Date posted10/3/2022


FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Members Electrical Consultants, Inc. and Sensus
FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Members Electrical Consultants, Inc. and Sensus

Please always remember the companies who support FMEA and the Florida Public Power community first when you need to purchase goods or services! Electrical Consultants, Inc. ECI was incorporated in 1985 as a result of the purchase of the telephone engineering division of its predecessor,... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted10/3/2022


Florida Public Power Nearing Full Restoration Following Hurricane Ian
Florida Public Power Nearing Full Restoration Following Hurricane Ian

In less than five days since the extremely powerful and massive Category 4 Hurricane Ian made landfall in Southwest Florida and then cut across the state, Florida’s public power utilities have restored power to 98 percent of customers who experienced outages following the hurricane. More... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes (deleted)
Date posted10/3/2022