FPL residential customer bills are among the lowest in the nation

A comparison of monthly bills for typical residential customers
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FPL is committed to operating efficiently to save our customers money.


Today, FPL’s typical residential customer bill is about 30 percent below the national average - and we’re working to keep it that way. Through investments in technology, we can produce energy more efficiently to provide you with lower cost electricity.


If you’d like to take control over your energy usage and lower your own bill, view our energy saving programs and resources.

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2017 Florida Annual Averages of Monthly Bills

FPL’s typical residential 1,000-kWh customer bill is among the lowest in the state1

In 2017
FPL’s residential customers
SAVED
$182
on average (by state)
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Kissimmee
$101.60
Florida Power & Light Company
$101.98
Lakeland
$102.86
Wauchula
$104.38
Tampa Electric Company
$104.68
New Smyrna Beach
$107.47
Moore Haven
$107.68
Clewiston
$108.09
Winter Park
$108.33
Orlando
$108.72
Jacksonville
$111.28
Tallahassee
$111.87
St. Cloud
$113.07
Chattahoochee
$114.21
Quincy
$114.54
Mount Dora
$115.10
Williston
$115.69
Starke
$115.96
Alachua
$116.91
Lake Worth
$117.08
Ocala
$117.14
Homestead
$117.16
Duke Energy
$117.18
Florida Average
$117.18
Havana
$117.56
Leesburg
$119.31
Vero Beach
$119.64
Fort Pierce
$119.66
Jacksonville Beach
$120.08
Newberry

$120.77

Blountstown
$121.90
Green Cove Springs
$124.79
Bushnell
$129.11
Fort Meade
$130.66
Bartow
$133.63
Gainesville
$134.04
Gulf Power Company
$134.53
Key West
$136.42
Florida Public Utilities
$137.59
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2017 National Annual Averages of Monthly Bills

FPL’s typical residential customer bill is consistently more than 25 percent below the national average – and we’re working to keep it that way. Here's the comparison for a typical 1,000-kWh residential bill.

In 2017
FPL’s typical
residential customer
SAVED
$419
on average nationally
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Montana
$90.99
Tennessee
$91.88
Washington

$95.06

Idaho
$97.56
Oklahoma
$98.97
Arkansas
$102.44
Florida Power & Light Company
$102.72
Illinois
$103.68
North Dakota
$104.16
Louisiana
$104.23
North Carolina
$104.63
Kentucky
$105.63
Iowa
$108.01
Georgia
$109.24
Utah
$110.26
Virginia
$110.53
Mississippi
$111.42
Texas
$112.01
New Mexico
$112.52
South Dakota
$112.84
Oregon
$112.91
West Virginia
$115.58
Minnesota
$115.74
Missouri
$116.85
District of Columbia
$119.58
Nevada
$120.89
Arizona
$120.92
Wyoming
$121.24
Florida
$121.42
Ohio
$124.45
Kansas
$125.04
South Carolina
$127.01
Alabama
$130.83
Indiana
$131.01
Colorado
$131.47
Wisconsin
$132.59
Maryland
$133.39
Delaware
$133.88
Pennsylvania
$135.05
Michigan
$135.62
National Average
$137.62
Maine
$160.69
New York
$163.15
New Jersey
$164.50
Vermont
$170.90
New Hampshire
$188.14
Rhode Island
$201.64
Connecticut
$223.93
Massachusetts
$243.97
California
$260.61
Hawaii
$338.40