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 Utility Expansion to Support First Coast Expressway Clay County will soon be home to an advanced water treatment facility that, when complete, will treat up to 3 million gallons of water per day for the center of the county and help meet the needs of future expected growth from the First Coast Expressway. Located off Sandridge Road near Ronnie Van Zant Park, and aptly called the Mid-Clay Wastewater Treatment Facility, Clay County Utility Authority officials said the first phase of the $18.5 million project is about 40 percent complete. When phase one goes online, or in CCUA terms, is commissioned, the facility will treat 600,000 gallons of water per day. Phase one of the facility can handle another 2,900 homes, which would bring the total gallons of water treated per day to 1.5 million. 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. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.