Gulf Power warns customers to avoid the Grinch who scams Christmas

The holiday season is a time for goodwill and kindness, and spending time with family and loved ones. Unfortunately, all that good cheer makes...

Gulf Power “SHINES” the light on the latest smart home technology

Self-driving cars are becoming a reality. Hot on their bumpers are homes that self-drive the demand for and storage of renewable energy. Two of Gulf...

Gulf Power Foundation invests $150K for first nonprofit training center in Northwest Florida

The Gulf Power Foundation has committed $150K to Pensacola State College to help establish training for nonprofit organizations’ professional staffs and boards. Gulf Power Foundation...

Hurricane Michael shifts Gulf Power Economic Symposium to April

Gulf Power is excited to announce new dates after postponing its 22nd Economic Symposium in October because of Hurricane Michael. The new dates are April...

Making the season merry, and bright

Stringing holiday lights inside and outside of your home is as much a holiday tradition as singing carols, baking treats and shopping for that...

Gulf Power employees, Hurricane Michael survivors remain thankful this Thanksgiving

On Oct. 10, 2018, Northwest Florida was devastated by Hurricane Michael when it made landfall through Bay County with winds in excess of 155...

Power poles tell the story of Hurricane Michael’s destruction, restoration

When Hurricane Michael’s powerful winds whipped across the eastern Florida Panhandle, very little standing in its path could stand up to the near Category...

Energy-saving tips for colder days ahead

Temperatures are expected to dip in the 40s this weekend and trending colder as we head into December. Long-range forecasts are predicting cold-shots in...

Backyard heroes soar through the air doing good

Bats take center stage Oct. 31 as one of the scary icons of Halloween. But like Batman, this misunderstood mammal really isn’t scary at all. And...
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