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Lake Worth Beach Electric Utility begins large project
Lake Worth Beach Electric Utility begins large project

Lake Worth Beach Electric Utility has embarked on an expansive project to provide more reliable and resilient service for our customers. As part of our ongoing System Hardening and Reliability Improvement Program, crews are working to install poles that can withstand a Category 5 hurricane and... Continue Reading

Postedby Dave Heller (deleted)
Date posted12/13/2021


FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Members – Open International and Titanium Response LLC
FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Members – Open International and Titanium Response LLC

Please always remember the companies who support FMEA and the Florida Public Power community first when you need to purchase goods or services! Open International Since its inception in 1987, Open International has provided technology that helps Telecommunications and Utility service providers... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes
Date posted12/6/2021


FMEA Releases Monthly Electric Bill Comparison for October 2021
FMEA Releases Monthly Electric Bill Comparison for October 2021

FMEA’s Electric Bill Comparison for October 2021 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $13.34 less than the average bills for investor-owned utilities per 1,000 kWh. Overall, out of fifteen ranked categories, the City of Mount Dora reported the lowest bills in... Continue Reading

Postedby Elizabeth Bendele
Date posted12/3/2021


FPUA Voted One of St. Lucie County’s Best Places to Work
FPUA Voted One of St. Lucie County’s Best Places to Work

Fort Pierce, FL November 24, 2021 – Fort Pierce Utilities Authority (FPUA) was recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in St. Lucie County at the 20th Anniversary of the St. Lucie County “Best Places to Work” Awards Ceremony. This is the sixth time, and fourth... Continue Reading

Postedby Dave Heller (deleted)
Date posted11/24/2021


Florida Public Power Utilities Recognized for Programs that Enhance Local Communities
Florida Public Power Utilities Recognized for Programs that Enhance Local Communities

The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) is honoring 22 Florida public power utilities for making valuable investments that enhance the quality of life in their communities, beyond efficient delivery of affordable, reliable and clean energy. Recipients received “Building Strong... Continue Reading

Postedby Dave Heller (deleted)
Date posted11/3/2021


FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Members – Origis Energy and mPower Innovations
FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Members – Origis Energy and mPower Innovations

Please always remember the companies who support FMEA and the Florida Public Power community first when you need to purchase goods or services! Origis Energy Origis Energy is bringing clean and cost effective solar and energy storage solutions within reach for utility, commercial and industrial as... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes
Date posted11/1/2021


KUA Recognized as a Smart Energy Provider
KUA Recognized as a Smart Energy Provider

NEWS RELEASEKissimmee Utility Authority 1701 Carroll St., Kissimmee, FL 34741 • kua.com Media Contact: Tiffany Henderson, Director of Corporate CommunicationsOffice: 407-933-9836 • Email: thenderson@kua.com For immediate release — Oct. 28, 2021 KUA Recognized as a Smart Energy... Continue Reading

Postedby Dave Heller (deleted)
Date posted10/28/2021


FMEA Releases Monthly Electric Bill Comparison for September 2021
FMEA Releases Monthly Electric Bill Comparison for September 2021

FMEA’s Electric Bill Comparison for September 2021 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $15.54 less than the average bills for investor-owned utilities per 1,000 kWh. Overall, out of fifteen ranked categories, the City of Mount Dora reported the lowest bills... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes
Date posted10/22/2021


FPUA receives national commendation for electric restoration efforts in response to Hurricane Ida
FPUA receives national commendation for electric restoration efforts in response to Hurricane Ida

Fort Pierce, Fla. — Fort Pierce Utilities Authority (FPUA) has received a national commendation from the American Public Power Association for its support in electric power restoration efforts in Plaquemine, LA. On August 29, 2021, FPUA sent two mutual aid crews to the City of Plaquemine,... Continue Reading

Postedby Dave Heller (deleted)
Date posted10/20/2021


FMEA Associate Member Spotlight – Altec Industries
FMEA Associate Member Spotlight – Altec Industries

FMEA’s Associate Member of the month for October is Altec Industries. Altec is a leading provider of products and services to the electric utility, telecommunications, tree care, lights and signs, and contractor markets. They deliver products and services in more than 100 countries... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes
Date posted10/4/2021


FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Member – Petronex Technologies
FMEA would like to welcome our new Associate Member – Petronex Technologies

Please always remember the companies who support FMEA and the Florida Public Power community first when you need to purchase goods or services! Petronex Technologies The Petronex Orbitron 3000 electrostatic filtration machine removes contaminate particulates to the sub micron level, eliminates... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes
Date posted10/4/2021


Florida Public Power Highlights Community Investments During National Public Power Week
Florida Public Power Highlights Community Investments During National Public Power Week

This year during Public Power Week (Oct. 3 – 9, 2021), the Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) is highlighting the many investments Florida public power makes in the communities they serve. “The primary focus of every public power utility is their customers and the community... Continue Reading

Postedby Garnie Holmes
Date posted10/4/2021