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Customer Appreciation Game

Have you heard about Lakeland Electric’s upcoming Customer Appreciation game? LE values their customers and loves the City of Lakeland. So, to show our appreciation, Lakeland Electric wants to give back to the community by hosting a Free Customer Appreciation Night on Saturday, January 20th.

Admission is free! Starting January 8th bring your utility bill (Paper or Electronic) to the RP Funding Center box office and receive up to 4 free tickets for entry. Or, log onto FLTropics.com/LakelandElectric and receive digital copies right from the comfort of home or a mobile device.

The first 100 customers to show up at the game will receive a free team spirit gift. So, mark your calendars for January 20th! And thank you Lakeland for being a great place to work and live.  We’ll see you at the game!  

Fitch Outlook upgraded to Positive from Stable

Fitch RatingsService has upgraded Lakeland Electric’s Rating Outlook to Positive from Stable. Fitch also affirmed the AA- rating of Lakeland Electric’s system bonds.

Lakeland Electric fared well due to many factors, including its “very low rates” - which are among the lowest in Florida – “healthy financial metrics”, and its “solid asset generation mix” provided by the utility’s own gas- and coal-fired power plants.

“We consistently have some of the most competitive electric rates in the state,” said Joel Ivy, General Manager of Lakeland Electric. “Thanks to our strong energy production fleet, like McIntosh 5 and 3, and our ability to diversify how we produce and procure power, our customers are well positioned for the future.”

Click Here to view the Fitch Press Release 

Lakeland Electric Wins FMEA Building Strong Communities Award

The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) recently honored the community service efforts of Lakeland Electric by recognizing the municipal electric utility with the 2017 Building Strong Communities Award.

Honored during the Building Strong Communities luncheon at FMEA’s annual Energy Connections Conference and Trade Show in St. Augustine on November 8, Lakeland Electric received the award for its commitment to enhancing its customers’ quality of life through community improvement programs such as ReEnergize Lakeland, Customer Academy and Community Giving.

“Being a part of the community is about more than making sure the lights are on,” said FMEA Executive Director Amy Zubaly. “The recipients of the 2017 FMEA Building Strong Communities Awards excel in not only taking an interest in seeing their communities succeed, but also actively working toward making them better places to live and building strong communities.”

About FMEA: The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) represents the unified interests of 34 public power communities across the state, which provide electricity to more than 3 million of Florida’s residential and business consumers.

Lakeland Electric Crews to Aid Puerto Rico

Lakeland, Fla. – Lakeland Electric is proud to send Lineman Crews to help Puerto Rico rebuild their electric grid damaged by Hurricane Maria. The 20-member crew will leave early next week and work in Puerto Rico for 30 days. In addition to the 16 Linemen, 2 Mechanics, 1 Lead Supervisor, and 1 Engineer, Lakeland Electric is sending 10 vehicles, including 6 large bucket trucks. The trucks left today to be loaded onto a barge and shipped to the island.

As a municipal utility owned by the City of Lakeland and as a member of the Florida Municipal Electric Association, Lakeland Electric is proud to join two of our sister municipal utilities, Jacksonville Electric Authority and Kissimmee Utility Authority, who are already in Puerto Rico.

To follow the story of our crews in Puerto Rico, please visit our website at www.lakelandelectric.com or our Facebook page - My Lakeland Electric. We will post regular updates, photos, and video.

Lakeland Electric is the third largest public power utility in the State of Florida serving 126,000 customers with production capability of over 1100 Megawatts. The utility is also one of the first utilities established in Florida having started operation in 1889.

The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) represents the unified interests of 34 public power communities across the state, which provides electricity to more than 3 million of Florida’s residential and business consumers.