Electric fuel cost decreases in May

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FPU announces lower electric rates for April

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FPU’s student board experiences community service

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FPU’s Student Utility Board receives awards

The Fayetteville Public Utilities (FPU) Student Util

Summer seasonal rates to begin in June.

Due to a higher demand for energy as we enter into

School children learn about utilities, safety from FPU employees

Each year employees teach local school children about Fayetteville Public Utilities, how their utilities work and how to use those utilities safely.

FPU will not raise electric rates

Fayetteville Public Utilities’ board of directors has passed a new rate structure which does not call for an increase in electric rates.

FPU sponsors ribeye sandwich sale

The employees of Fayetteville Public Utilities are sponsoring a ribeye sandwich sale Thursday, April 20, from 11 AM until 12:30 PM at the FPU office.

FPU announces changes in April's electric rates

Fayetteville Public Utilities (FPU) released this week that residential electric bills will decrease by $2.33 based on the average bill of 1,330 kilowatt hours (kWh).

Youth board spends day with FPU Telecom Department

The Fayetteville Public Utilities Student Utility Board (SUB) recently learned about the utility’s Telecommunication Department and the different services it provides to FPU customers.

FPU's 2016 Water Quality Report released

The 2016 Water Quality Report from Fayetteville Public Utilities is now available, and FPU customers are encouraged to review the report as it contains important information about water quality sup

Middle school students participate with FPU, TVA Science Kids in World Water Monitoring program

Fifth grade students at Fayetteville Middle School recently participated in a hands-on science lab, World Water Monitoring, offered by the Tennessee Valley Authority as part of the TVA Sci

Lower electric fuel costs expected in March

Fayetteville Public Utilities (FPU) announced this week that the total monthly fuel cost will decrease in March by $1.64 on the average electric bill for 1,330 kilowatts.

Byrom, Stevenson chosen to attend FPU-sponsored leadership summit

Mary Lynn Byrom of Fayetteville High School and Tate Stevenson of Lincoln County High School were selected to attend the 2017 Youth Leadership Summit sponsored by the Tennessee Electric Cooperative

Four FPU leaders earn top utility certification

Fayetteville Public Utilities’ CEO and General Manager Britt Dye and three members of the FPU Board of Directors recently completed the Director Gold Certificate program through the National

FPU offers writing contest, trip to nation’s capital to high school juniors

High school juniors have a chance to win the week-long tour of our nation’s capital as part of the annual Washington Youth Tour sponsored by Fayetteville Public Utilities (FPU) and the Tennes

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