Duke Energy Florida: Rates, Coverage Area, Emissions

Duke Energy Florida

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About Duke Energy Florida

Duke Energy Florida is headquartered in Saint Petersburg, Florida and provides electricity in 34 counties in the state. Duke Energy Florida's patrons purchase electricity for, on average, 17.89 cents per kilowatt hour. This is, unfortunately, 14.92% above the state's average rate of 15.57 cents, ranking the provider at 51st best for average electricity price out of 59 suppliers in Florida. In 2022 Duke Energy Florida sold 84.43% of their megawatt hours to end users (known as retail sales). The electricity produced in the company's power plants made up 88.62% of the electricity sourced by the company. The purchase of wholesale electricity made up an additional 10.94%. In 2022, the supplier made 87.36% of their revenue from retail electricity sales to end users and 7.07% via sales on the wholesale electricity market. Their total revenue from electricity related activities was $6,204,033,500.

The average residential power bill for a consumer of Duke Energy Florida is $180.94 per month. Customers of the provider experience 1.09 electrical outages on average each year, with outages lasting about 94.57 minutes on average. The national averages for outages and duration are 1.45 outages at 171.11 minutes each. The supplier produces a total of 3,698,031.58 megawatt hours from coal usage, which ranks them the highest generator in Florida out of 51 electric suppliers The provider generates 5.65% of their total generation, which is 2,359,960 megawatt hours, from sustainable fuel sources.

Duke Energy Florida Net Metering

Duke Energy Florida is one of 48 electric providers in the state who offer net metering to their consumers. Net metering allows residents to sell wattage back to the grid, which makes the installation of solar and other electricity sources a cheaper project.

Energy Loss

All suppliers who produce electricity suffer from some amount of energy loss from heat depletion or other causes. Duke Energy Florida is not an exception, as they average an annual loss of roughly 4.61% of the aggregate electricity they produce. Duke Energy Florida's energy loss levels leave them with a ranking of 22nd best out of the 51 providers that operate in Florida and report energy loss and 786th best out of 3526 in the country.

Duke Energy Florida Rate & Electric Bills

Duke Energy Florida residential electric rates are highest in December and the highest average bill is in August.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.191/kWh$0.111/kWh$253.86/mo.$95.09/mo.
2620th17.89¢Duke Energy Florida's Average residential price per kWh
2744th$180.94Average monthly electricity bill for Duke Energy Florida's residential customers

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Duke Energy Florida Overview

  • Company Type:Investor Owned
  • Parent Company:Duke Energy
  • Headquarters:299 1st Avenue North
    Saint Petersburg, Florida 33701
    United States of America
  • CEO:Lynn J. Good

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Quick Facts About Duke Energy Florida

Based on total customers, Duke Energy Florida is the 28th largest company out of 3526 suppliers in the United States.

Duke Energy Florida is the 3rd highest generator of electricity out of 51 suppliers in the state, producing 41,742,149.39 megawatt hours.

Duke Energy Florida ranks 12th out of 3526 providers in the United States for total electricity generation from natural gas.

Duke Energy Florida produces 39,382,450.39 megawatt hours from non-renewable fuel sources, which is 27th out of 3526 suppliers in the United States.

Duke Energy Florida generates 5.65% of its total megawatt hours produced from solar fields, which ranks them 14th out of 51 suppliers in the state for percentage of total electricity generation that comes from solar energy.

Energy Loss

Duke Energy Florida's energy loss due to business operations.


Total Energy Loss


786 National Rank

Grid Reliability

Length & Frequency of Duke Energy Florida's Power Outages

94.57 min.

vs. national average of 171.11 min.

1.09 outages/yr

vs. national average of 1.45

Duke Energy Florida Energy Makeup

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Duke Energy Florida Coverage Map

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Duke Energy Florida State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State

Duke Energy Florida County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Alachua County284,030615.87$171.71/mo
Bay County185,134217.03$178.64/mo
Bradford County27,928316.43$171.76/mo
Brevard County630,693315.73$168.85/mo
Citrus County162,529316.33$174.68/mo
Columbia County71,908316.96$175.08/mo
Dixie County16,701416.92$168.81/mo
Flagler County126,705215.28$166.15/mo
Franklin County12,232117.89$180.69/mo
Gilchrist County17,759316.86$170.32/mo

Power Plants Owned by Duke Energy Florida

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Citrus County FL Natural Gas 16,127,567.998,289,342,563.95513.99
Hines Energy ComplexDuke Energy Florida (100.00%)
Polk County FL Natural Gas 10,929,2894,269,659,299.78390.66
Pinellas County FL Natural Gas 6,081,8462,539,026,182.79417.48
Osprey Energy Center Power PlantDuke Energy Florida (100.00%)
Auburndale FL Natural Gas 2,333,169924,200,937.1396.11
Pasco County FL Natural Gas 1,845,8421,199,048,182.08649.59
University of FloridaDuke Energy Florida (100.00%)
Gainesville FL Natural Gas 377,183166,859,426.86442.38
Osceola County FL Natural Gas 275,825208,520,962.34755.99
Bay Ranch Solar Power PlantDuke Energy Florida (100.00%)
Panama City FL Solar 180,910
Hildreth Solar Power PlantDuke Energy Florida (100.00%)
FL Solar 165,507
Hamilton Solar Power PlantDuke Energy Florida (100.00%)
Hamilton County FL Solar 159,768

Duke Energy Florida Fuel Makeup

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Cities Duke Energy Florida Has Coverage

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Duke Energy Florida FAQ:

What company is Duke Energy Florida owned by?

Duke Energy Florida is a subsidiary of Duke Energy.

Who is the CEO of Duke Energy Florida?

Duke Energy Florida's CEO is Lynn J. Good.

When will Duke Energy Florida power be restored?

The average number of minutes for an outage for Duke Energy Florida's customers is 94.57 minutes.

How much is the average bundled bill for Duke Energy Florida customers each month?

Customers of Duke Energy Florida pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $180.94.

What is the phone number for Duke Energy Florida?

Duke Energy Florida's customer service phone number is (800) 700-8744

What percentage of Duke Energy Florida's electricity is produced using nonrenewable fuels?

Power generation facilities owned by or associated with Duke Energy Florida generate 94.35% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel sources.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with Duke Energy Florida?

There are 33 power plants associated with or owned by Duke Energy Florida.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Duke Energy Florida customers?

Consumers of Duke Energy Florida, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 17.89 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

What cities does Duke Energy Florida offer service to?

Duke Energy Florida provides electricity to 130 cities.

What percentage of Duke Energy Florida's electricity is produced using renewable fuel types?

Electric production facilities owned by or associated with Duke Energy Florida generate 5.65% of their electricity using renewable fuel sources.

How many counties does Duke Energy Florida provider electricity in?

There are 34 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Duke Energy Florida.

Fernando García
Last Reviewed By: Fernando García
Published: 2024-06-25