Efficient utilities and state-of-the-art telecommunication infrastructure make Jacksonville a smart choice for business.

Utilities

JEA is the consolidated provider of electricity, water and sewer for Jacksonville. Because JEA is a consolidated provider, rates are extremely competitive to other regions. http://www.jea.com/

Electricity:
JEA electric system currently serves more than 450,000 customers in Jacksonville and parts of three adjacent counties. JEA has the capacity to generate 3,747 megawatts and its generation fleet contains a diverse resource mix that includes two thirds natural gas. The remaining generation comes from coal, petcoke and renewables such as solar and methane gas.  JEA owns and operates six generating facilities and will soon be adding a nuclear plant.

Water and Sewer:
JEA's water system serves more than 329,000 water customers and 254,000 sewer customers. Unlike any other communities in Florida, Jacksonville has excess water capacity. JEA's Water System consists of 135 artesian wells tapping the Floridian Aquifer, which is one of the world's most productive aquifers. Water is distributed through 37 water treatment plants and 4,300 miles of water lines. More than 3,800 miles of collection lines and 11 regional sewer treatment plants comprise the JEA sewer system.
 
Natural Gas:
People's Gas provides natural gas service for Jacksonville, which is presently or readily available at most industrial parks. http://www.peoplesgas.com/business/
 

Telecommunications

Jacksonville has state-of-the-art telecommunication infrastructure and multiple service providers.  Click on the links below to learn more about each provider.

AT&T 
https://www.att.com/

Comcast
https://business.comcast.com/

DIRECTV
www.directpackages.com/business.html

FPL Fiber Net
www.fplfibernet.com/

Level 3
www.level3.com

Verizon
https://business.verizon.com/