Last week, FMPA sent a survey to members about operational safety and training opportunities. This week, FMPA’s offices will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday in observance of the New Year’s holiday.
Last week, FMPA issued an interest memo to members seeking participants in an RFP for cybersecurity services. This week, Tim Jackson and Konrad Lisiewicz travel to Treasure Coast on Thursday to conduct a transient cyber asset inventory.
Last week, FMPA’s governing boards met. This week, Cane Island Unit 2 is scheduled to come back online after a planned maintenance outage.
Last week, FMPA’s Member Services Advisory Committee Training and Safety Subcommittee elected Billy Branch of Homestead as chairperson. This week, FMPA’s governing boards meet.
Last week, FMPA submitted a bid in response to Mount Dora’s invitation to negotiate for the city’s power supply needs beginning January 2021. This week, FMPA hosts a Purchasing Roundtable at the Orlando office.
Last week, The City Council of Homestead unanimously approved a power purchase agreement (PPA) with FMPA. This week, FMPA opens its first collaborative bid for Wastewater Pipes, Valves & Fittings.
Last week, FMPA finalized power purchase agreements with Tampa Electric Co. (TECO) to sell capacity and energy over the next three peak seasons. This week, FMPA, in conjunction with 12 Florida municipal electric utilities and Florida Renewable Partners, LLC, breaks ground on the Florida Municipal Solar Project,
Last week, FMPA closed on refunding revenue bonds, resulting in a positive net present value savings of $295,000. This week, Ryan Dumas and Susan Schumann visit the Harmony Solar Energy Center to prepare for the solar groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 18.
FMPA is issuing a bid for an accounting software.
Last week, FERC granted FMPA’s requests regarding FPL’s proposed transmission rate changes. This week, Navid Nowakhtar and Cairo Vanegas travel to Clewiston to kick off Phase I of the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) project.