ATTENTION: All OUC offices, including our Customer Service Centers, are closed Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We’ll return to normal business hours on Tuesday, January 21. Disconnects for non-payment have been suspended during this time for both traditional and OUC Power Pass customers. You can still make payments, report outages and use other self-service features by logging-in to your myOUC online profile or by using our 24-hour outage reporting line at 407-423-9018 in Orlando and Orange County or 407-957-7373 in St. Cloud and Osceola County.


Central Florida is strengthened by numerous key partnerships between OUC, government and business organizations. Utilizing these resources will make your company’s business transitions easier.

Enterprise Florida is the Official Economic Development Organization for the State of Florida. Use this site to learn about Florida’s regions, industry clusters and business climate.

Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission provides detailed information about Central Florida’s industries, available sites, demographics, workforce and more.

City of Orlando is the county seat for Orange County, and the largest municipality in Central Florida.

Orange County is a Central Florida county and home to UCF, several major corporate headquarters and all the major attractions.

Osceola County is a Central Florida county just south of Orlando and is a key player in the region’s tourism industry.

Lake Nona Medical City is a newly established 650 acre health and life sciences park.

Hispanic Business Initiative Fund is the leading Hispanic economic development organization in the Central Florida region.

National Entrepreneurship Center is a collaborative approach to small business development launched by Walt Disney World, Orange County Government and the University of Central Florida.

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