FPL recently purchased Jupiter-Tequesta Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electrical which was re-branded as an FPL Energy Services Company. Can they do this legally? What does it mean for your business? Will they be expanding by purchasing other companies? Are they recruiting your techs? What is your association prepared to do to ensure they are “fair” competition?
Get the answers to your questions from the MACCA representatives to the state organization, Florida Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Contractors Association.
Speakers:Jaime DiDomenico, President, Cool Today/Plumbing Today, hear the story of what happened in another state when the local utility entered the contracting business. It was not good.
Michael Giangrandi, President, A.J. Michaels Company, Plumbing Heating & A/C, Baltimore, MD. He was active in fighting the Maryland Utility that became HVAC/Plumbing Contractor’s competition. The utility as a contractor negatively changed the Maryland market 20 years ago. He’s currently active on legislative committees and Board member for ACCA Central Maryland, Heating & Air Conditioning Contractors of Maryland and the Maryland Alliance of Energy Contractors.
Tray Batcher, Esq., Attorney with Cotney Construction Law and FRACCA’s General Counsel. He is advising FRACCA and drafting documents on the FPL issue on behalf of HVAC contractors.
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