Tampa Electric sending crews to Canada to help restore power
Tampa Electric sent about 20 people to Canada today to help a sister utility restore power from a significant winter storm expected to hit tonight.
Tampa Electric customers won’t see bills rise to cover storm costs
It's official: Tampa Electric bills won’t rise to pay for Hurricane Irma restoration costs, thanks to new tax savings.
Tampa Electric to upgrade all street lights with energy-efficient LEDs
As part of its ongoing efforts to offer more value to its customers, Tampa Electric will upgrade approximately 210,000 street lights and area lights across West Central Florida with energy-efficient, Light-Emitting Diode (LED) technology that uses less energy, produces less carbon emissions and is better for the environment.
Tampa Electric bills won't rise to cover hurricane restoration costs
Tampa Electric bills won't be rising to pay for Hurricane Irma restoration costs, thanks to new tax savings.
Tampa Electric’s solar projects will be unaffected by import tax
Tampa Electric announced today that its solar projects will be unaffected by the recent executive order affecting some solar modules.
Two Florida business leaders appointed to Tampa Electric Co. board
Two Florida business and community leaders have been appointed to join the Tampa Electric Co. board of directors.