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Sector Portrait: Energy

The Supply Side - Florida's Electric Utilities

| 1/1/2011

FLORIDA'S ? ELECTRIC ? UTILITIES
Company City Florida Customers Base Rate (kwh) Basic Charge
Florida Keys Electric Cooperative Monroe County 31,000 2.3 $10.00
Fort Pierce Utilities Authority Fort Pierce 26,000 8.7 $6.01
Florida Power & Light Juno Beach 4,500,000 3.7 $5.90
Gainesville Regional Utilities Gainesville 90,000 2.8 $8.45
Gulf Power Co. Pensacola 428,000 3.9 $10.00
Homestead Energy Services Homestead N/A 7.2 $5.60
JEA Jacksonville 417,000 11.1 N/A
Keys Energy Services Key West 28,000 13-14 $6.75
Kissimmee Utility Authority Kissimmee 62,366 12.0 $10.17
Lake Worth Utilities Lake Worth N/A 12.7 $8.90
Lakeland Electric Lakeland 120,000 4.9 $8.00
New Smyrna Beach Utilities New Smyrna Beach 24,700 7.6 $5.65
Ocala Electric Utility Ocala 50,000 7.5 $9.33
Orlando Utilities Commission Orlando 313,026 7.3 $10.25
Progress Energy Florida St. Petersburg 1,600,000 6.9 $8.76
Reedy Creek Improvement District Lake Buena Vista N/A 6.9 $2.85
City of Tallahassee- Electric Utility Tallahassee 113,323 5.9 $6.39
Tampa Electric Co. Tampa 667,266 5.8 $10.50
Vero Beach, City of Vero Beach N/A 4.5 $8.14

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