Exclamation mark  ATTENTION: As Central Florida reopens, OUC is returning to regular business operations. Service disconnections for non-payment resumed July 13, 2020, and late fees were reinstated August 3, 2020. If you’re experiencing a financial hardship, we’re here to help with assistance programs.


How We Make Our Mark

At OUC, our outreach and educational programs, initiatives and events reflect the diversity of our customers, employees and the communities we serve.

Whether it’s planting solar trees, installing solar on bus shelters, or placing hydration stations throughout the city, these are just some of the sustainable products and services that OUC provides.

See how OUC is utilizing the power of the sun. From community solar farms to a floating solar array, OUC is always looking for new ways to add solar energy to our grid.

From coal and natural gas to solar energy and landfill gas, the Stanton Energy Center (SEC) continues to lead the way as the most diverse generation site in the state.

We’ve branded our water as H2OUC with good reason. It’s one of our greatest sources of pride. Drawn from the Lower Floridan Aquifer, it is among the best tasting water to be found anywhere.

OUC's Reliable Plaza earned Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, officially cementing the 10-story administration center as the "Greenest Building in downtown Orlando."



Reliably Green in the News

Justin Kramer Talks Solar, Hydrogen

FOX35 reporter Robert Guaderrama visited Gardenia to tour our Emerging Technologies Lab and talk to Justin Kramer, Supervisor of Emerging Technologies, about our plan to double solar energy capacity and test an innovative hydrogen system for future storage.

Related News & Information

OUC Announces Strategic Plan: Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 50% Reduction in CO2 by 2030
OUC, Florida Municipal Utilities Break Ground on Major Solar Project
Community Responsibility Report



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