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Talquin Electric Closes Member Service Lobbies Cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed just outside of Talquin’s service territory, and we are concerned that the spread of the virus to our area may be imminent. In order to help reduce potential exposure to the virus by our employees and Members, Talquin has elected to close its […]

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Talquin’s Pandemic Response Plan Update #1

With the news of two Floridians presumptively testing positive for the Coronavirus, Talquin has begun exercising its Pandemic Response Plan out of an abundance of caution. Our goal is to continue to provide safe, reliable, and affordable utility services while providing our Members with information and updates on the outbreak, as it pertains to Talquin […]

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2020 Office Closures

2020 Office Closures: May 25 – Memorial Day Holiday July 3 – Independence Day Holiday September 7 – Labor Day Holiday November 11- Veterans Day Holiday November 26 – Thanksgiving Holiday November 27 – Thanksgiving Holiday December 24 – Christmas Eve Holiday December 25 – Christmas Holiday January 1 – New Year Holiday

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Electric Rate Changes as of April 1

Talquin continuously evaluates its cost of service to ensure rates reflect the true cost to serve all of its Members. Effective April 1, 2019, electric rates will be adjusted as shown in the tables below. The primary reason for rate changes at this time is to support operating margins that have been impacted from lower […]

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Notify County Agency of Any Special Needs

Registry is used for resource planning during emergencies According to Chapter 252.355 Florida Statutes, “In order to meet the special needs of persons who would need assistance during evacuations and sheltering because of physical, mental or sensory disabilities, each local emergency management agency in the state shall maintain a registry of persons with special needs […]

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Hurricane Michael: What is the True Cost of a Storm?

Though Talquin’s emergency power restoration efforts following Hurricane Michael were completed in October, the full recovery process will take many more months, if not longer, to complete. Below are a couple of updates on items that Talquin is still working through: Clean Up – Broken Poles/Damaged Materials: As crews restored power, they left old material […]

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