Every year, people across the country celebrate Valentine’s Day with gifts like flowers, chocolate, and balloons. But did you know metallic balloons are a common utility hazard?
The holiday season is right around the corner, and we’re dreaming of decked halls, delicious food and nights around the fire. But as temperatures drop and decorations come down from the attic, there are a few things to remember so you can stay safe and save a little money:
Lightning strikes are a common occurrence, leaving brush fires, power outages and property damage in their wake. With summer storms making their way across Northeast Florida, there’s no better time to see how you can keep your home and family safe from lightning strikes.
‘Tis the season – to celebrate safely! Make sure your holidays don’t go from merry to scary with these holiday safety tips.

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The City of Jacksonville Beach, Florida, has issued a notice regarding a data security incident potentially impacting the personal information of employees and utility customers.
As a result of the recent cybersecurity event, Beaches Energy has not been able to send out utility bills since January 26th.
This year has brought many wonderful things for our Beaches community—not least among them, continued infrastructure improvements and a much-needed drop in natural gas prices.
Beaches Energy Services has earned a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service.
At Beaches Energy we accomplished quite a bit this year.