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01/12/2018 ~ KEYS’ Tyler Randolph celebrated her 5th anniversary with the Utility on January 7th.

Randolph currently serves as a Buyer-Inventory Analyst within the Purchasing section. In her post she is responsible for obtaining the highest quality commodities and services at the lowest possible costs, while maintaining inventory at appropriate levels through constant review and evaluation of available data.


12/13/2017 ~ Two Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) employees will celebrate longevity milestones with the Utility in December.

KEYS’ Mundy Mira will celebrate his 20th anniversary with the Utility on December 15th.

Mira currently serves as a Customer Accounts Field Representative within the Customer Services department. In his post he is responsible for assisting customers with rate and billing concerns and investigating customer issues with field facilities.

KEYS’ Brittani Harden will celebrate her 10th anniversary with the Utility on December 26th.

Harden currently serves as the Collections Supervisor within the Customer Services department. In her post she is responsible for overseeing all collections activities, including: collections, cash handling, and customer deposits.


12/08/2017 ~ Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) employees recently spread holiday cheer to local needy children by donating over $1,500 worth of gifts in advance of the holiday season.

KEYS’ Employee Activities Committee* (EAC) recently collected monetary donations from employees to go toward the purchase of gifts for needy children. KEYS’ EAC partnered with Wesley House Family Services to identify children to benefit from the gift drive.

“At a time when many families are struggling in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, I am extremely appreciative our employees were able to help brighten the holidays for some of the young members of our community most in need,” said Lynne Tejeda, KEYS’ General Manager & CEO.

* KEYS’ Employee Activities Committee is a volunteer, self-funded group of employees that help to organize employee morale boosting activities throughout the year at no cost to KEYS or its customers.

PHOTO CAPTION: (Front row, from left) EAC Members Jeanette Williams, Donnie Yarbrough, and Sabrina Hall. (Second row, from left) Wesley House Family Services’ Jeremy Wilkerson, EAC Chair Julio J. Torrado, EAC Vice Chair Heather Arencibia, EAC Members Frankie Webb and Victoria Albury, Wesley House Family Services CEO Beth Barrett, and EAC Member Chasity Curry.


12/07/2017 ~ With temperatures forecast to dip in the Florida Keys over the weekend, portable space heaters can warm a cold and drafty house. Keys Energy Services recommends following these safety principles with portable space heaters:

- Plug portable space heaters directly into an outlet; do not use an extension cord.

- Make certain the circuit you plug a space heater into can adequately and safely handle the added demand.

- Never remove the grounding feature on a plug by clipping or grinding off the third prong.

- Use an adaptor to connect the heater’s three-prong plug, if you do not have a three-hole outlet. Make sure the adaptor ground wire or tab is attached to the outlet ground.

- Keep heaters away from passageways and keep all flammable materials such as curtains, rugs, furniture and/or newspapers at least three feet away.

- Unplug and safely store portable space heaters when not in use.

For more electrical safety tips, visit the Electrical Safety Foundation International at


11/20/2017 ~ The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) recently honored the community service efforts of Keys Energy Services (KEYS) by recognizing the municipal electric utility with the 2017 Building Strong Communities Award.

Honored during the Building Strong Communities luncheon at FMEA’s annual Energy Connections Conference and Trade Show in St. Augustine on November 8, KEYS received the award for its commitment to enhancing its customers’ quality of life through community-improvement programs such as their environmental initiatives to reduce greenhouse gases and ongoing involvement and support of numerous school/youth-related activities and programs throughout their service area.

“Being a part of the community is about more than making sure the lights are on,” said FMEA Executive Director Amy Zubaly. “The recipients of the 2017 FMEA Building Strong Communities Awards excel in not only taking an interest in seeing their communities succeed, but also actively working toward making them better places to live and building strong communities.”

About FMEA: The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) represents the unified interests of 34 public power communities across the state, which provide electricity to more than 3 million of Florida’s residential and business consumers.

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