Florida Public Service Commission

Florida Public Service Commission

The Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC), a state agency, sets the rates utility companies charge for natural gas, water, wastewater, and electricity. The FPSC partners with schools in an ongoing educational effort to promote energy awareness during the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Awareness Program (annually in October) and to promote water conservation during the American Water Works Association’s National Drinking Water Week (annually in May).




  2540 Shumard Oaks Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32399


Turn it On, Turn it Off, an Energy Awareness Progr...

Program description

An original play, Turn it On, Turn it Off, based on the Energy Hog theme/concept first introduced by the U.S. Department of Energy, which encourages students to think about their family’s energy usage. In addition to presenting the play, the FPSC has developed a short informational question and answer session with students encouraging discussion about energy conservation.

Booking / scheduling contact

Beverlee S. DeMello

   (850) 413-6107


Program detail
Artistic discipline: Theatre
Cultural Origin: Array, Array
Program type: In-school Performance
Population served:
Subject: Theatre
Bilingual: No
Available dates:

The month of October, during or after school.

Space / technical requirements:

The play can be performed in a school cafeteria, in a gymnasium or on a stage. A sound system, with microphones, would be helpful. The FPSC Outreach Team coordinates the planning and logistics for the school assembly events with designated school personnel.