- 1 How do I contact FPL by phone?
- 2 Where is FPL located?
- 3 How do I pay my Florida Power and Light bill?
- 4 How do I get FPL service?
- 5 Why is FPL bill so high?
- 6 How much does it cost to start FPL service?
- 7 Can you pay FPL at Publix?
- 8 Who is the owner of Florida Power and Light?
- 9 How long does it take FPL to process a check?
- 10 What is the fee to pay FPL with credit card?
- 11 Can I pay utility bills with a credit card?
- 12 What does Speedpay cost?
- 13 How much does FPL charge for deposit?
- 14 How much does FPL charge per kilowatt?
- 15 What areas does FPL cover?
How do I contact FPL by phone?
Just call 1-800-226-3545.
Where is FPL located?
(formerly FPL Group, Inc.), is a Juno Beach, Florida-based power utility company serving roughly 4.9 million accounts and 10 million people in Florida. It generates, transmits, distributes and sells electric energy.
How do I pay my Florida Power and Light bill?
Call 1-800-226-5885 – a free service. Pay using your smartphone by visiting FPL.com on your mobile browser and selecting Pay Bill – a free service. FPL partners with Speedpay® to provide an easy way to pay your FPL bill using your credit or debit card – a fee will apply.
How do I get FPL service?
You will need:
- Your FPL.com username and password.
- Your Social Security, Social Insurance or Tax ID number.
- The address of the home or business where you need service.
- The date you want service to start.
Why is FPL bill so high?
Other Factors. Additional factors can increase your energy bill too. Things like older appliances can be less efficient and use more energy; house guests, kids on break and working from home can all increase A/C, hot water and oven use; and even purchasing additional electronics.
How much does it cost to start FPL service?
A service charge of $25.00 to open an account at a new construction premise, and a service charge of $12.00 to transfer, open or reopen an account at an existing premise. A field collection charge of $48.00 is charged when a field visit is made and payment is collected on a delinquent account.
Can you pay FPL at Publix?
FPL partners with independent third-party retailers to offer customers the convenience of paying an FPL bill in person. FPL receives no portion of this fee. You can make a payment at most Publix, Walgreens, or Walmart locations and many other locations.
Who is the owner of Florida Power and Light?
NextEra Energy owns Florida Power & Light Company, which is the largest rate-regulated electric utility in the United States as measured by retail electricity produced and sold, and serves more than 5.6 million customer accounts, supporting more than 11 million residents across Florida with clean, reliable and
How long does it take FPL to process a check?
It can take over 24 hours for your bank to process the transactions and for the deposit process to be completed.
What is the fee to pay FPL with credit card?
CMS A/R Services will charge the customer’s credit card the amount of his electric bill plus a service fee. The service charge is $5.50 for up to $100 billed and $9.50 for between $100 and $200. An additional $2 is charged for each $100 over $200.
Can I pay utility bills with a credit card?
Can you pay utility bills with a credit card? Yes, most electric, gas, water and trash removal companies allow customers to pay by credit card. Some charge a small convenience fee for this option, while others don’t. Paying your utility bill with a credit card could be a smart option if you carry a rewards credit card.
What does Speedpay cost?
A: Speedpay charges a convenience fee of $3.95. FPB does not receive any portion of the convenience fee. The fee, which is in addition to your FPB bill payment, is paid directly to Speedpay for providing this service to our customers.
How much does FPL charge for deposit?
Since all customers are billed for electricity after it’s used, we may ask those opening new accounts to pay a deposit amount based on the expected average cost of two months of service at the address, with a $25 minimum.
How much does FPL charge per kilowatt?
As of June 2017, this was 10.8 cents/kWh for residential customers using less than 1,000 kWh each month.
What areas does FPL cover?
The Company supplies electric service in most of the territory along the east coast of Florida (except the Jacksonville area and four other municipalities which have municipal electric systems), the agricultural area around southern and eastern Lake Okeechobee, the lower west coast area, and portions of central and