The Psuedo-Tax of FPUA

The Psuedo-Tax of FPUA

by D. Bradley Nelson Introduction Every American business and household is directly and indirectly impacted by the seemingly never-ending rise in public utility prices (including airports, electricity, gas, post, public transport, rail, seaports, telecommunications,...

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FPUA Cuts Electric Rates by Only $3 per Month

FPUA Cuts Electric Rates by Only $3 per Month

FPUA has thrown the Fort Pierce customers a small bone and is reducing rates by $3/month. The authority’s board of directors last week approved the lower rates because it spent 2.7 percent less on fuel used to produce electricity. The average electric bill of $116.84...

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Vero Beach Poised to Benefit from Market NOT FMPA Rates

Vero Beach to Bid Out for Electric Suppliers

Vero Beach residents may soon benefit from competition for electricity. City officials are playing the market this summer, gambling that bidding out bulk power-supply contracts results in lower electric bills. Odds are in the city’s favor. Vero can get a better price...

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FPUA Cuts Electric Rates by Only $3 per Month

How Fort Pierce Taxes Non-Residents

Economics professor Peter Klein discusses how government regulations and monopoly privileges stifle innovation in electricity. https://youtu.be/QNKCvB5DYAE?t=1631 Source: Lions of Liberty Podcast Ep. 108: Peter Klein – How the Government Influences Science &...

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