Management at Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) released its recommendation last Wednesday to eliminate coal-fired generation at Stanton Energy Center no later than 2027.
FMPA has selected the TVPPA to provide a Lineworker Safety Program for Florida cities effective July 1, 2021, subject to final contract negotiation and approval.
Municipal electric utilities across the nation celebrate Public Power Week this week to share the value of public power in their communities.
OUC’s Clint Bullock, FMEA’s Amy Zubaly and FMPA’s Jacob Williams are featured in Florida Trend magazine’s annual list of the 500 most influential business leaders.
Hurricane Sally made landfall near the Gulf Coast of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle last Wednesday. Nearly 100 Florida public power workers responded to help restore power for customers in Foley and Fairhope, Alabama.
FMPA will host an AMI Workshop on Sept. 22 to discuss joint action opportunities in AMI. The workshop will explore potential collaborative options in AMI and identify potential costs, benefits and risks of those options.
The Williston City Council will consider a full requirements power purchase agreement (PPA) with FMPA on Tuesday. Under the agreement, the All-Requirements Project (ARP) would supply approximately 8 MW of capacity and energy to serve Williston for up to seven years.
Hurricane Laura made landfall near Cameron, Louisiana last Thursday. Linecrews from seven Florida public power utilities travelled to Louisiana to assist with restoration efforts.
FMPA General Manager and CEO Jacob Williams gave his annual State of the Agency presentation last Wednesday.
FMPA hosts a State of the Agency Dinner on Wednesday at 5 p.m. in FMPA’s Orlando Office to celebrate the Agency’s accomplishments during fiscal 2020.