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FMEA’s Associate Member of the month for July is Spiegel & McDiarmid Spiegel & McDiarmid currently serves more than 500 clients...

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Please always remember the companies who support FMEA and the Florida Public Power community first when you need to purchase goods or...

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Kissimmee Utility Authority (KUA) is a municipal electric utility. GIS Technician salary range: (Low) $31.21 – (High) $34.64. Excellent...

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By Jim Saunders As powerful Hurricane Dorian threatened to crash into the state’s East Coast last September, Florida Power & Light brought...

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Six Florida cities receiving clean energy from the first two of five solar farms Two Central Florida solar farms that are part of one of the largest...

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By Jim Saunders Three Republican lawmakers who will leave office in November, including former Senate President Tom Lee, have applied for an opening...

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Job Summary Operates and controls the Commission’s electrical system. Monitors the electric generation equipment and transmission systems of...

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The Florida Public Service Commission should approve a plan that could lead to Gulf Power Co. eventually recouping coronavirus-related costs from...

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Today in a special meeting, the JEA Board of Directors unanimously approved a transaction leading to the closure of Plant Scherer, Unit 4, and...

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FMEA’s Electric Bill Comparison for May 2020 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $14.78 less than the average...

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Pointing to “difficult circumstances,” Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday said he signed a $92.2 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year...

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Gainesville Regional Utilities' Energy Supply Department currently has an opening for a Production Leader. This position focus primarily on the...

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