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Town of Jay Utilities

phone: (850) 675-4556

Town of Havana Gas System
phone: (850) 539-2820

Town of Century

phone: (850) 256-3208

TECO Peoples Gas System
phone: 877-TECO-PGS (877-832-6747)

We’ve been serving the community since 1895. Learn more about our company and our commitment to sustaining the environment and community. We’re a leader in Natural Gas Vehicles and want you to learn more.

St Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc.
phone: 850-229-8216

Sebring Gas Systems, Inc.
phone: 863-385-0194

Founded in 1991 by father and son, Jerry H. Melendy Sr. /Jr., the company remains committed to the furthering the familial values, quality standards and concept-of-fairness from which it was built.

Beyond distributing natural gas to residential, commercial and industrial customers, Sebring Gas also has the service capacity to handle virtually every natural gas related need. This includes extending natural gas lines to a given location, providing appliance installation and repair, maintaining natural gas lines within your home or business, and more.

Reedy Creek Improvement District
phone: (407) 560-6050

Pensacola Energy
phone: (850) 436-5050

Pensacola Energy maintains a close relationship with our community, not only by providing natural gas energy to thousands of customers, but also by offering a variety of additional services related to energy education. With all the latest information on energy and resource conservation, you and other consumers will be more able to make thoughtful, environmentally sound decisions. Your community is our community. Pensacola Energy is committed to an energy-conscious future, and we hope you’ll join us.

Okaloosa Gas District
phone: (850) 729-4700

Our service territory covers over 530 square miles in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, South Walton and Escambia counties. This area includes several military installations which cover over 61 square miles of military reservation.

We provide natural gas service for approximately 42,000 residential, commercial, military and industrial customers within this territory.

MTN Utility Corporation
phone: 321-867-5309

Lake Apopka Natural Gas District
phone: (407) 656-2734

Mission – To provide competitive natural gas energy services to all consumers within our market area with a commitment to customer courtesy and care with a high regard for the value of our customers, employees and the communities that we serve.

Gainesville Regional Utilities
phone: 352-334-3434

Gainesville Regional Utilities, known as GRU, is a multi-service utility owned by the City of Gainesville. We are the 5th largest municipal electric utility in Florida.

Fort Pierce Utilities Authority
phone: (800) 330-8870

Fort Pierce Utilities Authority (FPUA) is a local municipal or public power utility, and is owned by the citizens that we serve. Fort Pierce is one of more than 2,000 communities in the United States served by a community-owned electric utility, and one of a very few who also provide water, wastewater, natural gas, and Internet services. FPUA’s community investments keep money locally and decisions are always made at public meetings where everyone has a voice. Home town utilities, like FPUA, keep more money in the community because we work for you.

FPUA’s mission is “to provide our customers with economical, reliable, and friendly service in a continuous effort to enhance the quality of life in our community.”

Florida Public Utilities Company
phone: (888) 220-9356


Since 1924, Florida Public Utilities (FPU) has been providing energy growing residential, commercial, and industrial markets throughout Florida. In 2009, the Company was acquired by Chesapeake Utilities, who already operated in Florida as Central Florida Gas. The acquisition expanded Chesapeake’s energy presence throughout the state while allowing FPU the opportunity to grow and expand its services. Chesapeake Utilities and FPU share a combined rich history spanning 160 years. Our commitment to distributing safe and reliable energy remains unchanged.

Florida Public Utilities owns and operates approximately 2,900 miles of natural gas distribution mains across 21 counties in Florida. FPU and the Florida division of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation distribute natural gas to approximately 83,000 customers. FPU also owns and operates electric utility assets across four counties in Florida and distributes electricity to approximately 32,000 customers.


In addition to delivering natural gas and electric service, FPU offers energy-saving programs, specialty gas appliance sales, appliance repairs, fuel line maintenance, natural gas water heater leasing plans, budget billing and a wide range of other services.


Florida Public Utilities is proud to support a wide variety of charitable organizations throughout its local service territories. The Company provides ongoing support for the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, Feeding America, United Way, March of Dimes, Salvation Army, hospice care centers, local food banks and school drives, to name just a few. Our Chesapeake Giving program gives employees the opportunity to double their donations to specified local organizations that serve the communities in which we live and work. Chesapeake Utilities matches all individual donations received.

Florida City Gas
phone: 888-CITY-GAS

Florida City Gas serves approximately 108,000 residential and commercial natural gas customers in Florida’s Miami-Dade, Brevard, St. Lucie, and Indian River counties.

Crescent City Natural Gas
phone: (386) 698-1486

Clearwater Gas System
phone: (727) 562-4980

Clearwater Gas System (CGS) is owned and operated as an enterprise utility by the City of Clearwater. CGS operates over 1,010 miles of underground gas main and handles the supply and distribution of both natural and propane (LP) gas throughout central and northern Pinellas County and western and central Pasco County. As a “full service” gas utility, CGS provides gas appliance sales and service, installation of inside customer gas piping, domestic and commercial gas equipment service, construction and maintenance of underground gas mains and service lines, and 24 hour response to any gas emergency call within the service area. The Clearwater Gas System is regulated for safety by the Florida Public Service Commission and the Federal Department of Transportation.

CGS has been serving customers in the Clearwater area for over 97 years (since 1923) when operations were begun with a manufactured gas plant operation from coal and coke. In 1959, when natural gas transmission lines were finally extended to peninsula Florida, CGS discontinued the manufacturing of gas and began receiving piped natural gas from Florida Gas Transmission.

Clearwater Gas System serves over 28,000 customers in a 330 square mile service territory, which extends some 43 miles and includes 20 municipalities as well as the unincorporated areas of north and central Pinellas County and western and central Pasco County. The Pinellas County service territory is 158 square miles and extends generally from Ulmerton and Walsingham Roads on the South to the Pasco County line on the North and from the Gulf of Mexico on the West to the Hillsborough County line on the East. This includes all of the Pinellas beach communities south to Madeira Beach. The Pasco County service territory is 172 square miles and extends from the Gulf of Mexico on the West inland about 20 miles to Ehren Cutoff, which is East of State Road 41 and Land O’ Lakes and from the Pinellas and Hillsborough County lines on the South to generally State Road 52 on the North. CGS also provides propane (LP) service in the NW corner of Hillsborough County.

Clearwater Gas System prides itself in being a competitive and public service-minded utility, making economical and environmentally-friendly gas, which is made in America, available in our community for all of the homes and businesses in our service area, with special focus on the residential customers who make up nearly 85% of our customer base.

City of Williston
phone: (352) 528-3060

City of Tallahassee Utilities, Natural Gas Sales
phone: (850) 891-5130

City of Sunrise Gas System
phone: (954) 572-2299

The Sunrise Gas System is committed to providing safe and reliable natural gas service to nearly 10,000 homes and businesses located in Sunrise, Tamarac, Lauderhill and Weston. Uniquely positioned as the only city-owned gas utility operating in South FloridaGas Administration Building, it has developed into the 6th largest municipal gas system in the state.

City of Starke Natural Gas Department
phone: (904) 964-5027

City of Quincy
phone: (850) 627-7681

City of Perry Gas Division

phone: (850) 584-7161

City of Palatka Gas Authority
phone: (386) 328-1591

To supply the residences and businesses of the Palatka area with natural gas in a safe and efficient manner. To provide natural gas at a just and equitable rate, comparative with all alternative fuels available. To be a financial asset to the citizens of the City of Palatka providing funds to the general fund of the City. To ensure the future financial stability of the Authority, whereby gas service will be provided on a continuing basis.

City of Milton Natural Gas System
phone: (850) 983-5428

City of Marianna
phone: (850) 482-4353

City of Madison

phone: (850) 973-5081

City of Live Oak
phone: (386) 362-2276

City of Leesburg Natural Gas Department
phone: (352) 308-4832

City of Lake City
phone: 386-758-5405

City of Gulf Breeze
phone: (850) 934-5136

City of DeFuniak Springs Natural Gas
phone: (850) 892-8500

City of Chipley Gas Department
phone: (850) 638-6346

City of Chattahoochee
phone: (850) 663-4475

City of Blountstown
phone: (850) 674-5488

Beaches Energy Services
phone: (904) 247-6247

Beaches Energy Services provides utility service to more than 34,000 customers in Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Ponte Vedra, and Palm Valley. Our mission statement is to provide reliable utility service at a competitive price with superior customer service that is “Above And Beyond The Expected.”

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