KUA to Conduct Solar Energy Survey

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KISSIMMEE, Fla., November 29, 2016 – In December, Kissimmee Utility Authority will conduct a random survey of its residential and commercial customers to gather their opinions about solar energy.

The survey will be conducted by GreatBlue Research, Inc., a professional research firm located in Cromwell, Connecticut. The survey results will be vital in helping KUA understand the concerns and priorities of its customers and guide the utility in making decisions that best reflect the goals and future energy needs of the community.

GreatBlue will call a random sample of utility customers. If customers have caller ID, the display will show the call is from GreatBlue. If customers do not have this technology, the phone number that appears will be (860) 740-4000, or a variation of that, for example, (860) 740-4005, -4006 or -4007.

As required by law, GreatBlue will maintain the anonymity of customers who participate in the survey. No information will be released that might, in any way, reveal their answers to the survey questions.

“We thank our customers for their cooperation and hope they will participate in this important survey,” said KUA president and general manager Jim Welsh.

The survey is expected to last between 9-12 minutes.

Founded in 1901, KUA (www.kua.com) is Florida’s sixth largest community-owned utility powering 70,000 customers in Osceola County, Fla.