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.
Jacob Williams presents at the Rotary Club of Orlando on Thursday at 11:45 a.m. via Zoom. Jacob will discuss how FMPA provides low-cost, reliable and clean power as well as the benefits of FMSP.
FMPA’s power plants performed as expected during Tropical Storm Isaias, and there was no damage to any of the power generating units.
Lake Worth Beach City Commission affirmed its support of its electric utility with a 3-2 vote and rejected a motion to explore the process to sell the electric utility on Tuesday.
Jacob Williams presents at the Environmental Permitting Summer School hosted by the Florida Chamber Foundation on Wednesday via teleconference.
FMPA’s Nominating Committee issued its recommendations last Wednesday for the Board of Directors officers for 2020-2021.
Six Florida cities have been receiving solar energy from the Harmony Solar Energy Center and Taylor Creek Solar Energy Center since last Tuesday.
Two Central Florida solar farms that are part of the Florida Municipal Solar Project begin commercial operation on Tuesday.