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Take a few moments to review this energy saving detective's notebook and share it with your family.

You'll be saying, "Aha!" when you see how easy it is to reduce your home energy use with our practical solutions.

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About The Kissimmee Utility Authority

Kissimmee Utility AuthorityKUA owns, operates and manages the municipal electric system established by the City of Kissimmee in 1901. Compared to the other municipally-owned electric utilities, KUA is the 6th largest utility in Florida. KUA's 300+ employees serve approximately 58,000 customers in Kissimmee and surrounding areas.

KUA owns and operates the Roy E. Hansel Generating Station and the Cane Island Power Park and has ownership interests in Orlando Utilities Commission's (OUC) Curtis H. Stanton Energy Center coal-fired Units 1 & 2 and Indian River Combustion Turbine Units A and B; Florida Power Corporation's (FPC) Crystal River Nuclear Unit No. 3; and Florida Power & Light Company's (FPL) St. Lucie Nuclear Unit No. 2. KUA's total generating capacity is 410 megawatts (MW).

The governing body of KUA consists of six members. The Mayor of Kissimmee is a non-voting Ex-Officio member. The 5 voting members are nominated by the Board and ratified by the City Commission.

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KUA Power Plant Tour Information

Making electricity is interesting business. We like to share the experience when possible because we believe it's important for our customers to know how their electricity is produced. Both of our power plant facilities -- the Roy E. Hansel Generating Station and the Cane Island Power Park -- provide public tours. Specifically, we offer tours for the following:

  • Neighborhood associations and groups

  • Local business or economic development groups

  • Community-based organizations and committees

  • Neighboring social or service organizations

  • Large customer groups

  • Municipalities, government agencies and elected officials

  • Professional organizations and associations, particularly those related to our industry

  • We also support education by providing tours for classes studying energy-related subjects

If you would like to schedule a group tour, please call 407-933-9836 or 407-933-9838.

 

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