The ARP Executive Committee held a rate workshop last Tuesday to review the April All-Requirements Project loads, costs and rates.
FMPA and participants of the Florida Municipal Solar Project Phase II meet this week.
FMPA wrapped up its annual Behind the Switch social media campaign, which included short videos that highlight the people who generate power and help keep the lights on for Florida’s public power customers.
FMPA launched a solar generation website last week as part of the Florida Municipal Solar Project (FMSP).
FMPA’s Board of Directors approved TVPPA as FMPA’s new Lineworker Safety Program provider last week. Twenty-two cities provided non-binding commitments so far to participate and five more cities are expected to join the program.
Jacob Williams presented at the city of Wauchula’s Commission Workshop last Monday on the value of being a municipal utility and the benefits it provides to customers. FMPA is available to support members who are interested in the Value of Municipal Utility presentations for their Governing Boards.
FMPA’s Public Relations Department launches its annual social-media campaign on Wednesday called “Behind the Switch” to give people a behind-the-scenes look on how Florida cities provide low-cost, reliable, and clean power.
Congratulations to City of Bartow Electric Department, City of Tallahassee Electric Utility, Fort Pierce Utilities Authority, and Kissimmee Utility Authority who received the 2021 RP3 designation.
FMPA is working to keep its average power cost below $70 per megawatt hour, one of the Agency’s three strategic priorities.
The ARP Executive Committee held a rate workshop last Thursday to review the February All-Requirements Project loads, costs and rates.