Tampa Electric celebrates Earth Day at local events
Tampa Electric celebrates Earth Day and Arbor Day 2013 at two Tampa-area events where customers can get free energy-saving kits and information about money-saving programs and services.
Tampa Electric files for rate increase; bills to remain among state’s lowest
Tampa Electric Co. today filed its formal request with the Public Service Commission (PSC) to raise residential rates by about 10 percent in January 2014.
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In honor of Presidents’ day, save a few Benjamins – or a least a few Jacksons
As Americans celebrate Presidents’ Day on Monday, it’s the perfect time to let Tampa Electric help you save a few “Benjamins” on your power bill – or at least a few Jacksons (because – unlike Benjamin Franklin – Andrew Jackson actually served as president of the United States).
Tampa Electric’s call center to help utility with calls from Winter Storm Nemo
In anticipation of significant power outages from Winter Storm Nemo, NSTAR Electric and Gas has asked Tampa Electric for help with customer phone calls.
Tampa Bay electric utilities caution customers about telephone scam
Progress Energy Florida and Tampa Electric have joined together to warn customers of a recent telephone-based scam in the Tampa Bay area that targets Spanish-speaking residents.
Tampa Electric granted national assistance award for Hurricane Sandy efforts
Tampa Electric has won the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Emergency Assistance Award for 2012, in recognition for the utility’s outstanding support to restore power and natural gas service after last year’s devastating Hurricane Sandy.
Rising costs and sluggish growth cause Tampa Electric to seek rate increase for 2014
Due to increased costs and sluggish growth, Tampa Electric Co. today notified the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) that it intends to file a request to raise residential rates by about 10 percent in January 2014.
Low-flying helicopters to patrol Tampa Electric’s transmission structures
Area residents need not be alarmed if they see low-flying helicopters hovering around Tampa Electric transmission poles and towers in the next month.
Lawton Chiles Elementary is second school to receive free solar panels
Continuing its effort to help customers install renewable technologies, Tampa Electric has helped to install free solar panels at a second local school.
The Florida Aquarium, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Tampa Electric Hold a Historic Groundbreaking Ceremony
The Florida Aquarium (FLAQ), The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and Tampa Electric held a historic groundbreaking -- or, more accurately, ground planting – ceremony today to kick off the development of a Florida conservation and technology park.