Tampa Electric restoring final outages from Tropical Storm Colin – Alert #2
Tampa Electric has restored power to nearly all the customers affected by the torrential rain and high winds of Tropical Storm Colin.
Tampa Electric seeing impact of Tropical Storm Colin – Alert #1
Tampa Electric has begun to see the effects of Tropical Storm Colin in West Central Florida.
Tampa Electric stands ready for severe weather from Tropical Storm Colin
Tampa Electric is ready to respond as Tropical Storm Colin affects its territory. Company officials are keeping a keen eye on the weather, and out-of-state utility workers are traveling to Tampa to supplement Tampa Electric's crews.
Tampa Electric prepares year ‘round to handle hurricane season
Hurricane season starts June 1, and Tampa Electric is ready for whatever Mother Nature has in store.
Low-flying helicopters to work along Tampa Electric's power lines
Customers in northern Hillsborough County, Apollo Beach and Riverview may see low-flying helicopters hovering around Tampa Electric transmission equipment in coming weeks.
Tampa Electric to build its third large-scale solar array
This year, Tampa Electric will build a 1.8-megawatt solar project at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort that will produce electricity – and shade – for visitors at the popular vacation destination.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, TECO and The Florida Aquarium Open the Suncoast Youth Conservation Center
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) proudly opened the first official building at the Florida Conservation and Technology Center (FCTC) with their partners; Tampa Electric (TECO) and The Florida Aquarium.
Tampa Electric opens its largest solar project at Tampa International Airport
Tampa International Airport and Tampa Electric today unveiled the canopy of solar panels on the top floor of the airport's south Economy Parking Garage – which provides solar energy to Tampa Electric's customers and shade for parking patrons.
Tampa Electric sending crews to North Carolina to help restore power
Tampa Electric is sending about 250 people to North Carolina to help Duke Energy Carolinas restore power after a winter storm that is expected to bring freezing rain, ice and significant snow when it hits on Thursday night.