Affordable energy you can count on

FPL's typical small, medium and large business customer bills continue to be among the lowest in the state and nation. And we're working hard to keep them that way. Our successful strategy of investing in affordable clean energy and enhancing our infrastructure continues to deliver tangible benefits for customers. We will continue to work hard to keep your bill low, today and for years to come.

If you'd like to take control over your business' energy usage and help lower your operational costs, sign up for a business energy evaluation to receive personalized recommendations on how to save energy and money. 

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While your business bills are among the lowest in the state, see how they compare to the national average:

 

National data source: Bill comparisons as reported in the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Typical Bills and Average Rates Report for Winter 2021 Averages only include vertically integrated utilities that report their rates to EEI and may not be all-inclusive. Southeast States: Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia. South Atlantic States: District of Columbia, Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. FPL bills include the state gross receipts tax but do not include credits, local taxes or fees that may be applicable in some jurisdictions.

Averages only include vertically integrated utilities that report their rates to EEI and may not be all-inclusive.

Average of 1,500 kWh January through December 2020 monthly bill data compiled from the Florida Public Service Commission and Florida Municipal Electric Association. Data is not available for Florida cooperatives. Figures include gross receipts tax of about 2.5 percent but excludes credits, local taxes or fees that may be applicable in some jurisdictions. Florida Average is the average of all bills depicted.

2 Average of 40 kW, 10,000 kWh January through December 2020 monthly bill data compiled from the Florida Public Service Commission and Florida Municipal Electric Association. Data is not available for Florida cooperatives. Figures include gross receipts tax of about 2.5 percent but excludes credits, local taxes or fees that may be applicable in some jurisdictions. Florida Average is the average of all bills depicted.

Average of 40 kW, 10,000 kWh January through December 2020 monthly bill data compiled from the Florida Public Service Commission and Florida Municipal Electric Association. Data is not available for Florida cooperatives. Figures include gross receipts tax of about 2.5 percent but excludes credits, local taxes or fees that may be applicable in some jurisdictions. Florida Average is the average of all bills depicted