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Stay Safe from Scammers

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Every day, thousands of customers and small businesses are targeted by impostors claiming to represent a utility, demanding immediate payment for allegedly past-due electricity. Don’t fall into the trap. Read our warning signs so you can help us #StopScams. If contacted by a suspicious individual representing KUA, hang up or close the door – These… Read more »

Plug Into Kissimmee

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The number of electric vehicles worldwide has risen to 3.2 million with 750,000 just in the U.S. With more auto manufacturers like Chevy, Ford and Nissan participating in manufacturing electric vehicles, Bloomberg reports almost every sixth car sold in the world will be electric by 2025. There are countless benefits you get from owning an… Read more »

Spring is Here!

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It’s the day warm weather fans have been waiting months for: TODAY is the first day of spring! Spring officially arrived at 12:15 p.m. this afternoon, when the sun was directly over the equator, marking the spring (aka vernal) equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere. For the folks down under in the Southern Hemisphere, it… Read more »

Cold Weather Tips

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As the cold weather blankets our area this week, Kissimmee Utility Authority offers these tips for warmth, safety and energy conservation: * Make sure any indoor heaters, like wood stoves or kerosene heaters, have adequate ventilation to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Likewise, make sure the flue of your fireplace is working properly. Never use outdoor… Read more »

KUA to Celebrate Florida Lineworker Appreciation Day

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Kissimmee Utility Authority will proudly celebrate Lineworker Appreciation Day on Friday, Aug. 26 in honor of the skilled and brave men and women across Florida who work with thousands of volts of electricity atop power poles and lines to deliver safe and reliable power. In 2012, the Florida House of Representatives introduced a resolution honoring… Read more »