11 July TECO Peoples Gas Voted Most Trusted Utility in Country July 11, 2018 By Laura Pavlus News natural gas, utility partner, utilities, TECO, TECO Peoples Gas 0 Tampa Bay Times - July 11, 2018 - by Malena Carolla - read article here TAMPA — TECO Peoples Gas was named the most trusted utility in the country, according to a recent report by Market Studies International. The report ranks utilities based on votes by their customers. "Our team members work hard each and every day to provide world-class service and we are proud that our efforts are recognized by our more than 370,000 customers across the state," T.J. Szelistowski, president of Peoples Gas, said in a release. Peoples Gas has held the No. 1 spot on the report since 2015. Clay Florida Economic Development Corporation is proud to have a strong partnership with TECO Peoples Gas. Click here to learn more about our utility partners in Clay County, Florida. Related Florida has the Country's Second-best Business Climate Florida ranks as having the second-best business climate in the country, still nipping at the heels of perennial No. 1 Texas. Florida's GDP Hits $1 Trillion Mark: As a Country, It'd Rank 17th in World Florida’s gross domestic product topped $1 trillion Friday, an economic output that would make the Sunshine State the world’s 17th largest economy if it were an independent country, the state chamber said. Camp Blanding: Partnering with Clay County Camp Blanding Joint Training Center partners with Clay County. Country Caterers of Keystone Heights sets a high bar. Clay County Business Owner, Amy Pope-Wells, Participates in Roundtable with President Trump Amy Pope-Wells, successful Clay County business owner of Link Staffing and Tira Diva, joins women small business owners at a roundtable with President Trump and Vice President Pence. Florida's Fastest-Growing Natural Gas Supplier is Coming to Green Cove Springs After more than a year of negotiations and discussions, one of Florida's fastest-growing natural gas suppliers is ready to lay pipe here. Should Power Lines Go Underground? A look into the pros and cons of burying power lines and the costs associated with the task. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.