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Streetcar history clatters and dings – and today in Tampa, you can immerse yourself in it for free

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TECO is proud to be part of Fourth Friday in downtown Tampa! Read previous Fourth Friday blog posts here and here. Set the way-back machine to the 1920s and you’ll find a magnificent, 53-mile streetcar network crisscrossing Tampa, connecting millions … Continue reading

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Eco and TECO go great together: At EcoFest 2017 and always, environmental responsibility informs everything we do

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Think about the meaning of “eco” and you might feel like you’re about three-quarters of the way to knowing what TECO is about. But environmental responsibility informs 100 percent of what we do: As a company proud to provide our … Continue reading

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Essential, incredible – and now, uninterruptible: Zap Cap Systems from Tampa Electric

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You don’t have to spend a lot of time in Florida to know the old saying: April showers bring weather-caused loss of electrical power. And “loss of electrical power” includes a wide range of annoyances – from loss of air … Continue reading

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Zap Cap Systems® honors Coach of the Month

Tampa Electric’s Zap Cap Systems® honored its January Coach of the Month at a recent Tampa Bay Lightning game. Zap Cap has partnered with the Lightning this season to recognize and honor youth sports coaches in our community who coach kids … Continue reading

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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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