Tallahassee City Commissioner Nancy Miller spoke to the Florida State Civil Service Commission (PSC) on Thursday about the city’s energy management programs after Tallahassee was named the best electricity city in the United States.
“Living in the capital of Florida, our 117,000 customers want energy savings, a solar option and the ability to determine their energy use,” Miller said. “Implementing energy efficiency measures is often the easiest way to save on home energy bills, and the City is working to help its residents keep and reduce their energy bills. energy. “
Tallahassee has the 26th largest utility in the country, and its programs aim to make efficient energy technologies accessible and affordable for all.
The American Public Power Association named Tallahassee the number one city for electrical operations. Miller attributed the city’s success to its energy programs, including the Energy Smart Plus program, Neighborhood REACH, Double Rebates and its energy efficiency loan programs.
Neighborhood REACH offers free home energy assessments to disadvantaged and underserved neighborhoods. Families are also equipped with energy-saving weatherization measures. The city also recently announced the construction of a community solar farm, which will allow customers to choose their energy on their own terms.
PSC President Julie Brown praised Miller for the city’s dedication to energy conservation for all residents, homeowners and businesses.