Sept. 19, 2022 TOP NEWS FMPA Recognized as Top Workplace for 2022FMPA on Friday was named one of the Top Workplaces in Central Florida for 2022 by the Orlando Sentinel. The awards program recognizes companies that demonstrate a strong commitment to company culture and employee engagement. FMPA ranked 52 out of all companies with […]
Hurricane Ian made landfall last Wednesday near Fort Meyers, devastating communities along Florida’s southwest coast and in other parts of the state.
Hurricane Ian is making its way into the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to become a major hurricane by Tuesday before making landfall along Florida’s west coast later this week.
FMPA’s Public Relations Department met last Thursday to kick off planning for the 2022 Annual Report.
FMPA is supporting Clewiston with the deployment of an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) for the city’s electric and water systems.
FMPA recently won two awards at the 2022 Golden Image Awards, an annual statewide competition sponsored by the Florida Public Relations Association.
The average billed demand and energy cost for the All-Requirements Project in July was $96.36 per megawatt hour, down nearly 10% from June and the first time under $100 since April.
FMPA’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee meet on Thursday at FMPA’s Orlando office.
The Reedy Creek Improvement District recently approved an extension of a natural gas tolling agreement with FMPA for energy delivery of 53 MW through the end of 2024.
FMPA and the Florida Municipal Electric Association kick off a month-long social media campaign on Monday to recognize Florida’s public power lineworkers.