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Utilities across the country are facing challenging times - increasing fuel prices, increasing environmental regulations, and extreme weather. JEA is faced with some of those same challenges, but we are doing everything we can to keep rates low and stable.

Currently our prices are below average for the state. And you may not realize it, but your JEA bill is about 12% less today than it was six years ago, when adjusted for inflation. In 2015, customers received a credit on their bill for the third year in a row. We were able to gain substantial savings on the fuel we use to generate electricity, so we are again returning those savings to you.

SmartSavings helps residential electric customers control their bill by avoiding electric usage during Peak Hours and alternating use of major appliances.
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JEA SolarSmart offers an alternative to private rooftop solar for customers who have an interest in environmental-friendly, renewable energy.
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January 2016 Fuel Charge Decrease

On January 19, 2016 the JEA Board approved a Fuel Charge decrease of $6.85 per megawatt hour with an effective date of February 1, 2016. This reduction translates to a 5.56% decrease in the electric portion of a 1,000 kWH a month residential customer’s bill and lowers JEA electric rates to the 2008 level. Commercial customers should receive a 6-9% decrease depending on rate class.