Florida Electricity Rates & Average Electricity Bills

Electricity Rates in Florida

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Electricity Companies & Statistics in Florida

  • Population
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  • Total Production
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    261,320,589 MWh / 11.75 MWh per capita
  • Total Consumption
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    250,569,826 MWh / 11.26 MWh per capita
  • Total Production from Renewable
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    18,138,782 MWh / 0.82 MWh per capita
  • CO2 Emissions from Consumption
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    91,815,135,766 kg / 4,127.48 kg per capita
  • Total Production from Non-Renewable
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    243,220,677 MWh / 10.93 MWh per capita
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Average Residential Electricity Bills & Rates in Florida

Florida residential electric rates are highest in February and the highest average bill is in August.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.159/kWh$0.098/kWh$225.69/mo.$95.91/mo.
31st15.19¢Average residential price per kWh in the state of Florida
49th$166.13Average residential monthly electricity bill for Florida Residents

Florida Electricity Fuel Mix

Florida's Electricity Prices and Usage

Customers in Florida enjoy a lower residential electricity rate than most people around the country, with an average state electric rate of 15.19 cents per kilowatt hour compared to the United States average price of 16.07 cents. The state has a regulated electricity market, meaning customers may have only a few electricity provider choices to choose from when shopping for their electricity. Customers of the state average a per capita consumption rate of 11.26 megawatt hours of electricity per year. Florida has recently made improvements with a 12.29% increase throughout the previous 12 months in the usage of renewable fuel types for electricity generation. There are over 91,815,135,765.52 kilograms of CO2 emissions emitted from electricity use in the state, which is enough to make Florida the 2nd worst CO2 emitting state in the United States based on total emissions. The state generates about 11.75 megawatt hours per person per year from its power generating plants, which makes them the 29th largest producer per capita in the US.

Residential Electricity Providers in Florida

ProviderService TypeResidential Rate (¢)Residential Average Bill ($)Residential Sales (MWh)Residential Revenues ($)State Production (MWh)
Florida Power & LightBUNDLED15.07168.7569,429,77510,460,712,590141,503,614.36
Duke Energy FloridaBUNDLED17.96183.4721,627,956.13,883,304,81641,763,855.87
Tampa ElectricBUNDLED16.57188.7610,192,110.371,689,172,45019,118,386.01
Jacksonville Electric AuthorityBUNDLED12.68131.945,759,989730,113,0008,801,583.99
Lee County Electric CooperativeBUNDLED14.68176.993,151,213.94462,616,333.48
Withlacoochee River Electric CooperativeBUNDLED14.49172.393,082,627.39446,825,831.16
Orlando Utilities CommissionBUNDLED15.37148.982,780,930.84427,347,074.485,713,252.45
SECO EnergyBUNDLED16.03161.392,572,261.45412,407,858.54
Clay Electric CooperativeBUNDLED15.32180.12,358,411.38361,234,962.59
Lakeland ElectricBUNDLED13.31157.711,683,754.19224,037,714.932,045,592

Commercial Electricity Providers in Florida

ProviderService TypeCommercial Rate (¢)Commercial Average Bill ($)Commercial Sales (MWh)Commercial Revenues ($)State Production (MWh)
Florida Power & LightBUNDLED11.55784.852,968,787.786,116,427,200141,503,614.36
Duke Energy FloridaBUNDLED13.49822.3915,604,227.752,104,501,01441,763,855.87
Tampa ElectricBUNDLED12.37948.348,330,826.671,030,300,80719,118,386.01
Orlando Utilities CommissionBUNDLED11.801,280.134,295,182.08506,984,739.765,713,252.45
Jacksonville Electric AuthorityBUNDLED11.00615.924,041,319.16444,618,8268,801,583.99
Tallahassee UtilitiesBUNDLED9.20750.791,495,690.77137,606,257.952,993,350
Lee County Electric CooperativeBUNDLED12.44596.511,275,032.47158,567,352.42
Reedy Creek Improvement DistrictBUNDLED9.486,136.121,176,860.88111,548,453.88216
Withlacoochee River Electric CooperativeBUNDLED11.38444.261,122,341.06127,711,047.1
Lakeland ElectricBUNDLED11.36580.55986,328.13112,028,314.662,045,592

Power Plants in Florida

PlantCity/CountyPrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (KG)Emissions/MWh (KG/MWh)Toxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
West County Energy CenterFlorida Power & Light (100.00%)
Palm Beach County Natural Gas 20,495,218.157,609,356,835.61371.27
Miami-Dade County Nuclear 20,178,5762,484,793,570.66123.14
Hutchinson Island South CDP Nuclear 16,488,220
Citrus County Natural Gas 16,119,321.998,408,707,343.37521.65
Okeechobee Clean Energy CenterFlorida Power & Light (100.00%)
Okeechobee County Natural Gas 11,438,335.013,833,283,096.13335.13
Hines Energy ComplexDuke Energy Florida (100.00%)
Polk County Natural Gas 10,752,1154,203,794,011.62390.97
Putnam County Natural Gas 10,636,738.025,492,414,175.6516.36
Lee County Natural Gas 9,691,9143,788,001,917.08390.84
DeBary Natural Gas 8,074,7583,106,674,407.9384.74
Indiantown CDP Natural Gas 7,346,566.992,838,242,747.16386.34

There are 2 Nuclear Power Plants in Florida

PlantCity/CountyPrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (KG)Emissions/MWh (KG/MWh)Toxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Miami-Dade County Nuclear 20,178,5762,484,793,570.66123.14
Hutchinson Island South CDP Nuclear 16,488,220

Quick Facts

The largest electricity company in the state of Florida by customer count is Florida Power & Light.

With 14,549,623.21 megawatt hours produced from solar power and 22,244,823 citizens in Florida, the state averages 0.65 megawatt hours generated from solar per capita, which gives it a ranking of 10th, nationally.

Residents of Florida consume enough electricity to emit 4,127.48 kilograms per person of CO2 gases per year, compared to the US average of 4,123.17.

The state of Florida ranks 41st highest in hydroelectric power generation, generating 233,192.25 megawatt hours each year from hydroelectric plants.

Roughly 93.07% of Florida's electricity is produced using non-renewable fuel types, making it the 2nd worst state for total megawatt hours produced from non-renewable fuels.

Florida is the 3rd largest state by population in the US, with 22,244,823 residents residing within the state's borders.

CountyPopulationProvidersPlantsResidential Rate (¢)Residential Avg. Electric Bill
Alachua County284,0307515.95$173.91/mo
Baker County28,0033215.17$174.02/mo
Bay County185,1343517.10$181.22/mo
Bradford County27,928516.52$174.37/mo
Brevard County630,6935515.83$171.41/mo
Broward County1,947,0262414.99$166.33/mo
Calhoun County13,8635417.36$178.14/mo
Charlotte County202,6613214.93$168.52/mo
Citrus County162,5294216.40$177.15/mo
Clay County226,5895315.17$175.69/mo
Collier County397,9943114.74$174.91/mo
Columbia County71,9085217.04$177.64/mo
DeSoto County34,0273615.07$168.97/mo
Dixie County16,701516.99$171.18/mo
Duval County1,016,5362312.69$132.36/mo
Escambia County324,8781715.86$192.63/mo
Flagler County126,705415.39$168.67/mo
Franklin County12,232217.96$183.47/mo
Gadsden County44,233415.41$166.13/mo
Gilchrist County17,7594216.93$172.71/mo
Glades County12,183418.08$193.12/mo
Gulf County15,205316.95$180.82/mo
Hamilton County13,9733317.09$177.53/mo
Hardee County25,6326516.80$181.30/mo
Hendry County39,4395817.67$191.08/mo
Hernando County206,896214.59$171.73/mo
Highlands County105,6186118.11$189.46/mo
Hillsborough County1,513,30141516.68$188.36/mo
Holmes County19,622216.66$171.79/mo
Indian River County167,3523615.06$168.81/mo
Jackson County48,0674217.64$176.86/mo
Jefferson County14,405317.55$163.32/mo
Lafayette County8,343516.99$176.60/mo
Lake County410,1395117.18$174.30/mo
Lee County822,4533214.85$171.15/mo
Leon County297,3694116.38$167.46/mo
Levy County42,3925116.95$172.71/mo
Liberty County7,987517.28$177.17/mo
Madison County18,0513117.55$163.31/mo
Manatee County429,1253815.20$173.44/mo
Marion County396,415517.16$174.94/mo
Martin County162,0063415.09$167.20/mo
Miami-Dade County2,673,8373414.96$166.03/mo
Monroe County81,708216.75$215.59/mo
Nassau County97,8994217.29$176.36/mo
Okaloosa County216,4821113.80$163.08/mo
Okeechobee County39,7166417.48$185.60/mo
Orange County1,452,7265417.05$172.47/mo
Osceola County422,5455317.40$181.98/mo
Palm Beach County1,518,4773714.99$166.20/mo
Pasco County608,7944514.74$174.05/mo
Pinellas County961,7394217.84$183.89/mo
Polk County787,40491516.91$181.21/mo
Putnam County74,7313415.21$175.46/mo
Santa Rosa County198,2682315.83$192.23/mo
Sarasota County462,286315.08$169.29/mo
Seminole County478,772416.35$174.20/mo
St. Johns County306,8414114.57$160.50/mo
St. Lucie County358,7043515.12$164.98/mo
Sumter County144,970417.11$174.19/mo
Suwannee County43,5145116.71$175.24/mo
Taylor County21,762317.55$163.31/mo
Union County16,1413115.25$177.37/mo
Volusia County579,1925316.36$173.22/mo
Wakulla County33,1443117.19$178.41/mo
Walton County83,3042313.92$163.43/mo
Washington County24,9063116.47$173.39/mo

Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors

Florida's fuel of choice is Natural Gas, with 76.34% of electricity generation coming from this fuel source. Nuclear and Solar are also important fuel types in the state, with 30,019,158 (11.49%) and 14,549,623.21 (5.57%) megawatt hours produced from each type, respectively. Coming in as the 2nd worst ranked state in the nation, the state releases 91,815,135,765.52 kilograms of CO2 emissions from electricity use per year. Additionally, the state ranks 27th worst in the nation for pollution per resident, which could be argued to be the more important metric. Florida has 191 electricity generation plants, which is the 3rd highest amount in the nation and 31st most when counting plants per capita.

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Florida Net Metering

Florida has 48 out of 51 electricity providers reporting that they offer net metering to residents with personal solar panels. At the state level, Florida has decent net metering and feed in tariff regulations.

Energy Loss

The average energy loss for electricity companies in Florida is 5.48%. This includes data from 33 suppliers, including Florida Power & Light, Duke Energy Florida, and Tampa Electric. The countrywide average is 2.87%, resulting in Florida receiving a rank of 45th best in the country for energy loss efficiency.

Solar Taxes And Rebates

When it comes to stimulating solar panel installs at private residences, one of the best uses of government resources is tax breaks and rebates for solar installs. Florida offers a credit that is $1000 or less or there is no state tax. The state offers limited local rebates for solar panel purchases. Fortunately, Florida offers a 100% tax exemption to residents who wish to purchase solar panels at their place of residence. There is currently a 100% sales tax exemption in place for the install of solar at a home.

State Level Initiatives

Policies drawn up at the state level affect whether customers who are seeking renewable energy sources can easily find alternatives. Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) encourage or require electric providers to generate a percentage of their electricity from green energy. Florida does not currently have any standards established that providers have to follow. In addition, the state does not have any sort of low income solar programs that help with the installation of solar panels at low income households.

Learn about going solar in Florida, find out which system size is best for you, compare local installers and see which incentives are available in your area.

FAQ: Common Questions About Electricity in Florida

Where does Florida get its electricity?

Florida's electricity is produced using mainly Natural Gas, which makes up 76.34% of the fuel used in the state. The second and third most used fuel sources are Nuclear and Solar, which account for 11.49% and 5.57% of total generation respectively.

Which electricity company is the largest supplier in Florida?

By total customer count, Florida Power & Light is the largest electricity provider in Florida.

Does Florida have a deregulated electricity market?

No, Florida has a regulated electricity market where consumers often have only a single supplier choice for their electricity needs.

What is the average electric bill in Florida?

In 2024, Florida has an average electric bill of $166, while the United States average is $138.

How many power plants are located in Florida?

There are 191 power plants in Florida.

How many electric companies offer service in Florida?

Florida has 51 electricity providers serving customers in the area.

What electricity companies are in Florida?

What is a good electricity rate in Florida?

A good electricity rate in Florida would be anything below the state average of 15.19 cents per kilowatt hour. Anything below that amount would be better than most other rates in the state. Currently, the different rates in the state range from 11.62 cents per kilowatt hour up to 19.69 cents per kilowatt hour.

What is the cheapest electricity company in Florida?

Residential Rate RankProviderResidential Rate (¢)State Customers
1Ocala Electric11.6256,634
2Reedy Creek Improvement District11.811,524
3New Smyrna Beach Utilities11.8131,058
4Jacksonville Electric Authority12.68521,501
5Alachua Electric13.154,842
6Homestead Electric13.1632,005
7Lakeland Electric13.31134,546
8Beaches Energy13.3836,477
9Tallahassee Utilities13.49123,339
10Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative13.8061,053

Fernando García
Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
Published: 2024-06-18