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Tampa’s largest solar installation always tilts toward the sun

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Tampa’s largest solar installation is complete. Rated at 23 megawatts, the photovoltaic (PV) array on 106 acres of land near our Big Bend Power Station in Apollo Beach consists of more than 200,000 thin-film solar panels and produces enough sun … Continue reading

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New mobile command posts are ready to roll out

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Ever wish you could take your office on the road? Tampa Electric can do just that with our new mobile command posts. Officially called a FORTS (Fold Out Rigid Temporary Shelter), each mobile command post serves as temporary office space … Continue reading

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LEGOLAND Florida is home to our latest solar installation

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The thick fog hanging over West Central Florida last Wednesday morning didn’t put a damper on representatives from TECO and LEGOLAND® Florida, the mayor of Winter Haven and others from gathering to flip the switch on Tampa Electric’s second large-scale … Continue reading

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Cold weather tips can help you stay warm and save money too

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When temperatures drop, home heating can have the biggest impact on your electric bill. Here are some simple tips that can help you stay warm and save money on your electric bill. Lower your thermostat to 68 degrees or the … Continue reading

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TECO helps city of Temple Terrace save some green

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Over the past seven years, the city of Temple Terrace has tapped into Tampa Electric’s many energy-saving programs to not only Go Green, but to save some green too! Just this year alone, the city received more than $11,000 in … Continue reading

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