September 22, 2014

Top Rank Florida

Energy Companies in Florida

Investor owned utilities and non-investor owned utilities

| 8/5/2013

Utilities

Investor owned utilities
Utility Hdqtrs. Top Executive Florida Service Area Power Sources Total Florida Customers 1,500 KwH Residential Charge
Florida Power & Light
Juno Beach Eric Silagy Eastern/ South Florida natural gas: 66.1%;
nuclear: 19.1%; other: 9.1%; coal: 5%; oil: 0.7%
4,600,000 $152.87
Duke Energy1
Charlotte, N.C. James E. Rogers Big Bend/ Central Florida/ Tampa Bay coal: 40.4%;
natural gas/oil: 28.1%;
other: 18.5%; nuclear: 13%
1,700,000 $179.44
Tampa Electric
Tampa Gordon L. Gillette Hillsborough County coal: 51%;
natural gas: 49%
687,000 $158.75
Gulf Power2
Pensacola Stan Connally Northwest Florida coal: 66.9%; natural gas: 59.5%; other: -26.4% 428,150 $166.37
Note: “Other” includes non-utility generated power, out-of-state generators and alternative energy sources.
1 Formerly Progress Energy; merger completed July 2012
2 Gulf Power generated more energy than its Florida customers consumed and sold the excess to its parent, Southern Co.
Source: Florida Public Service Commission; respective utilities

 

Non-Investor owned utilities
Utility Hdqtrs. Top Executive Service Area Florida Customers 1,500 KwH Residential Charge
Florida Keys Electric Cooperative Tavernier Scott Newberry Monroe County 31,200 $168.87
Fort Pierce Utilities Authority Fort Pierce William G. Thiess Fort Pierce 27,700 $186.66
Gainesville Regional Utilities Gainesville Robert Hunzinger Gainesville 93,000 $187.17
Homestead Energy Services Homestead Barbara Quinones Homestead 22,400 $175.73
JEA Jacksonville Paul McElroy Northeast Florida 420,000 $171.19
Keys Energy Services Key West Lynne E. Tejeda Lower Keys 28,000 $185.88
Kissimmee Utility Authority Kissimmee James C. Welsh Osceola County 64,000 $161.31
Lakeland Electric Lakeland Joel Ivy Lakeland 122,000 $115.51
Lake Worth Utilities Lake Worth Clayton Lindstrom Lake Worth 24,800 $173.15
New Smyrna Beach Utilities New Smyrna Beach William R. Mitchum New Smyrna Beach 25,500 $157.77
Ocala Utility Services Ocala David Anderson Ocala 47,900 $173.30
Orlando Utilities Commission Orlando Kenneth P. Ksionek Orlando 250,000 $165.15
Reedy Creek Improvement District Lake Buena Vista Bill Warren Walt Disney World 1,300 $177.74
City of Tallahassee Electric Utility Tallahassee Rob McGarrah Big Bend 115,200 $169.86
City of Vero Beach Electric Utility Vero Beach Tom Richards Vero Beach 33,600 $177.93
Note: Local taxes, franchise fees and gross receipts taxes not embedded in rates are excluded.
Source: Florida Public Service Commission, respective utilities

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