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FPU adjusts rates for commercial accounts

Fayetteville Public Utilities has adjusted the rate structure for general service accounts that fall into the GSA2 rate category.

Increased hydro generation, lower electric sales result in decreased TVA fuel cost

Fayetteville Public Utilities announced this week that the Tennessee Valley Authority will reduce September’s total monthly fuel cost for electric rate payers to the lowest level since March

Holman Hill Water Tank progressing on schedule

Progress of the new 1.3 million gallon Holman Hill Water Tank is on target.

FPU installs automatic hydrant flushing devices

Fayetteville Public Utilities has recently installed devices at seven locations to automatically flush local fire hydrants to assist with the utility’s routine inspection for water quality.

Lincoln County Youth attend 22nd Annual 4-H Electric Camp

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, welcomed 234 seventh- and eighth-graders to the 22nd Annual 4-H Electric Camp June 25-28.  Campers explored the world of energy, electricity and the bas

2013-2014 Student Utility Board named

The members of the 2013-2014 FPU Student Utility Board have been selected by their schools. The new FPU youth board includes:

 

Electric fuel cost decreases third consecutive month

Fayetteville Public Utilities has announced that the Tennessee Valley Authority’s total monthly fuel cost for August will decrease for a third consecutive month.

Holman Hill Water Tank construction underway

Fayetteville Public Utilities’ project to replace the Holman Hill water tank is well underway and on schedule.

FPU sponsors local youth at Washington Youth Tour

More than 140 high school juniors from across Tennessee experienced an in-depth look at our nation’s capital during the 2013 Rural Electric Youth Tour.

TVA Fuel cost decreases in July

Fayetteville Public Utilities announced this week that electric customers will see a decrease in the total monthly fuel cost charge on their electric bills effective July 1.

Water and wastewater rates to increase July 1

Increases of 3 percent in water rates and 6 percent in wastewater rates were recommended to the Fayetteville Public Utilities by the Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS), the agency that pro

Summer period electric rates effective June 1

Fayetteville Public Utilities electric consumers will see an increase in their summer bills due to the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) seasonal rate changes and the total monthly fuel cost

FPU raises telecom rates July 1

As a result of increasing costs of providing cable programming and the cost associated with upgrading bandwidth to meet customer demand, increasing system reliability and adding redundancy to provi

FPU’s Student Utility Board receives awards, Gault presented scholarship

Fayetteville Public Utilities’ Student Utility Board recently gathered for their last 2012-2013 meeting to celebrate their completion of service as the utility’s youth board mem

FPU’s 2012 Water Quality Report released

Each year, Fayetteville Public Utilities Water Department reports the results of our water quality testing as a provision under the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1996.

FPU’s announces May as budget billing catch-up

This month, Fayetteville Public Utilities will be reconciling all Budget Billing accounts for those electric and gas customers participating in the payment plan.

TVA's electric fuel cost to rise in May

Fayetteville Public Utilities announced this week that electric customers will see an increase of $1.59 in the Tennessee Valley Authority’s total monthly fuel charge on their bills effective

“Louie the Lightning Bug”, FPU visit Askins Elementary kindergarten

Each year as Askins Elementary kindergarteners learn about the letter “E,” employees from Fayetteville Public Utilities are invited to talk about electricity and electrical safety.

FPU recognizes National Lineman Appreciation Day

Fayetteville Public Utilities joins the U.S. Senate in recognizing April 18, 2013, as National Lineman Appreciation Day.

April electric rates to see slight increase

Fayetteville Public Utilities announced this week that electric customers will see a 14-cent increase on their electric bills as the Tennessee Valley Authority rates change effective April 1.

Paris and Bradford to attend Youth Leadership Summit

Olivia Paris of Fayetteville High School and Jake Bradford of Riverside Christian Academy have been selected to attend the 2013 Youth Leadership Summit sponsored by the Tennessee Electric Cooperati

Electric fuel costs drop for third month

Fayetteville Public Utilities’ CEO and General Manager, Britt Dye, announced this week that electric rates will decrease again in March as the Tennessee Valley Authority’s variable fuel

"Louie the Lightning Bug" and FPU visit with local Pre-K

Pre-kindergarten students at Stone Bridge Academy leaned about electric and natural gas safety recently as representatives from Fayetteville Public Utilities visited their school.

Past Youth Tour participant represents FPU, state in national youth council

Meghan Sullenger of Fayetteville was selected to represent Tennessee on the Youth Leadership Council (YLC) of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). 

FPU's youth board learns about telecom operations

Last month, the Fayetteville Public Utility Student Utility Board (SUB) learned about the utility’s Telecom Department and all the telecommunication services it offers.

Electric fuel cost decreases Feburary 1

Fayetteville Public Utilities has announced that electric rates will decrease for the second consecutive month as the Tennessee Valley Authority’s variable fuel cost drops by $4.10 on an aver

Electric fuel cost decreases January 1

Electric rates will decrease in the month of January as the Tennessee Valley Authority’s variable fuel cost declines.

Grind a pine, recycle your live Christmas tree

The employees of Fayetteville Public Utilities will be recycling your live Christmas trees into useable mulch in the Grind a Pine recycling event.

Dye elected to TECA trustees

Fayetteville Public Utilities CEO and General Manager Britt Dye was recently elected as a member of the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association Board of Trustees as the 71st annual me

FPU directors, CEO earn certification

William Hurd and Micky Lawson, two board directors of Fayetteville Public Utilities, and FPU’s CEO and General Manager Britt Dye were recognized during the recent Tennessee Electric Cooperati

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