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    Energy Expert- Radio Show!

    Last updated 11 months ago

    Tune in THIS Sunday & Tuesday to hear Energy Expert, Scott Ranck speak about energy conservation topics with radio host Jane Gage at the following dates/times:


    Halifax Magazine Radio Show- W R O D – 104.7 FM

    DECEMBER 29TH AT 10:30AM

    Flagler Magazine Radio Show- WNZF 1550 am or 106.3 FM

    Ormond Magazine Radio Show- Goliath Radio- WELE 1380 AM

    Home Electricity Safety Information

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Educating your kids about electricity safety is critical. Without the right knowledge, your kids could fall victim to electric shocks and dangerous electrical burns. Be sure to talk to your kids about safe usages for electricity. This video offers tips for preventing electrical problems in your home.

    If you have young children, be sure to cover your electrical outlets with safety covers when they are not in use. Make sure your children understand the importance of staying away from outlets and asking an adult for help if they need to plug in an appliance. Be careful to unplug things like curling irons when not in use, and wrap up the cords so kids don’t tug on them.

    Florida Public Utilities Company is always available to answer your questions about safe energy usage. Learn more about our natural gas, electric, and propane services in Florida by calling (561) 832-0872.

    FPUC Review

    Last updated 1 year ago

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    Essential Information for Conserving Energy During the Holidays

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Your pocketbook often takes a hit during holiday shopping, so the last thing you need is an inflated energy bill. However, it is easy for energy usage in your home to spike during the holiday season. The good news is that you can keep your energy usage down with a few simple tips. Start by having your energy provider perform a home energy check-up in advance of the holidays to make sure everything is working as efficiently as possible. After that, keep these energy-saving tips in mind.

    Cook Wisely

    If your home is where the family gathers for holiday meals, chances are your kitchen will get a workout. Keep electricity, natural gas, and propane use in check by cooking as efficiently as possible. When you have food in the oven, avoid opening the door repeatedly to check it. Each time you open the door, your oven cools about 25 degrees and must burn extra energy to reheat. Instead, make use of the oven light to look through the door. When possible, cook several dishes at once. On your stovetop, make sure you’re matching your pans to your burner sizes. Opt to use energy-saving cooking appliances, like microwaves and crockpots, when possible.

    Use the Right Lights

    What is the holiday season without festive lights? However, light displays can run up your energy bill in a hurry. Instead of getting a big bill, switch to LED light strings, which require much less electricity. Don’t waste energy by using your lights during the day. Wait for night to plug them in, when they can really be enjoyed.

    Minimize Dishwasher Use

    The plates pile high during the holidays, but try to avoid constantly running your dishwasher. Wait until you have full loads and choose an energy-saving dry setting. For small piles of dishes, wash them in the sink instead.

    For more energy-saving tips all year long, turn to Florida Public Utilities Company. We’re always exploring ways to make our natural gas, propane, and electric services in Florida more efficient. Call us at (561) 832-0872 to learn more about our energy services. 

    FPU Gas Safety Survey

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Give us 3 to 5 minutes of your time—it could net you ONE HUNDRED BIG ONE$, and help all of us keep gas safety top of mind.

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