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Pensacola Energy supplier to build new line to area

The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) recently approved a new natural gas pipeline and two transfer stations for Peninsula Pipeline Company, a subsidiary of Chesapeake…

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Pensacola plumbers fight to be heard by mayor over ‘terrible and corrupt’ utility practices

Larry Downs Jr. claims that city-owned Pensacola Energy and its director Don Suarez are trying to put private local plumbers out of business, but he…

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Hayward proposes 2017 Street Paving plan, $15-million loan for Pensacola Energy

On Nov. 17, the Pensacola City Council will consider the 2017 Street Paving Plan that Mayor Ashton Hayward has proposed. The 2017 plan covers approximately…

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City set to borrow more money

At the Oct. 10 Agenda Review Conference, the head of Pensacola Energy told the Pensacola City Council that he will be bringing to the board…

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Budget Voodoo: City of Pensacola enterprises down from FY 2014

The City of Pensacola has four businesses–Pensacola International Airport, Pensacola Energy, Port of Pensacola and Sanitation. In FY 2014, they turned operating profits, except for…

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Pensacola Energy brings relief and lunch to tornado-affected service areas

Pensacola Energy is providing relief to tornado-affected neighborhoods in their service area by bringing lunch to the most affected areas and offering special rebates to…

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City opens today bids for advertising contract

The selection committee for RFP 14-022 Three Year Contract to Provide Advertising Services for Pensacola Energy meets today at 10 a.m. in the conference room…

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NorthEscambia: Century and Pensacola lock horns over natural gas

NorthEscambia.com reports the Town of Century has finally received the records it requested from Pensacola Energy to investigate how the city of Pensacola has encroached…

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Another school district switches buses to CNG

Superintendent Malcolm Thomas turned down two years ago Pensacola Energy’s appeal to switch his buses to compressed natural gas. Other districts are much more progressive…

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