Our customer portal, www.my.kua.com, has a new feature that can help you save money. You can now view your consumption in dollars and cents as well as kilowatt-hours of electricity. Dollars and cents is a language everyone understands! You can also set up text and/or email alerts once you reach a certain dollar amount threshold of… Read more »
Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the rich cultures, traditions, and contributions of the Hispanic community in the United States. In Central Florida, the Hispanic community plays a vital role in shaping the region’s cultural landscape and workforce. At the Kissimmee Utility Authority, we take immense pride in our diverse team, representing various… Read more »
Carlos Diaz was an intern with KUA during the summer of 2023 I am grateful to have been given the opportunity for an internship during the summer at KUA (Kissimmee Utility Authority). The experience was exactly what I needed to give myself the idea of an office job work environment. My internship role was being… Read more »
Osceola County Schools reopened this month, which means an estimated 70,000 young adults have returned to the classroom to begin the 2023-2024 school year. As families settle into their busy school routines and after-school routines at home, there are a few fundamental electrical safety and energy conservation tips to keep in mind.