Wave Of The Future: Powering Up Without The CordBetween smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearable tech and more, we love our gadgets on the go but when it comes time to recharge, most of us are still tethered to a power supply. But a host of industry groups are working on new technology that will let us power up, without the cord.
FPL, TECO Expect Lower Customer Bills In 2015Pointing to issues such as relatively low fuel costs, Florida Power & Light and Tampa Electric Co. said Friday that customers can expect to save a little money on their monthly electric bills in 2015.
Two Workers Shocked On The Job In West KendallTwo workers were shocked Monday while working when they came in contact with a power line.
Fighting The Switch? The Smart Meter Controversy Susan Blake said it started with a bang, Florida Power and Light employees were outside her house shoving a crowbar into her power meter.
FPL Seeks Base Rate Hike For Nuke UpgradesFlorida Power & Light this month asked state regulators to approve a $113 million increase in base electric rates to pay the bulk of the costs for recent upgrades at the Turkey Point and St. Lucie nuclear-power plants.
Could Your Smart Phone Be A "Ticking Time Bomb"Could your cell phone be a ticking time bomb that could put you in danger?
Esiason: Beyonce's Show Shorted Out Electricity Twice During RehearsalsCBS' Boomer Esiason was on the WFAN Monday morning and discussed the blackout during Super Bowl XLVII. Esiason said Beyonce's halftime show shorted out the electricity twice during rehearsals, but said he couldn't be sure that's what caused the outage.
Fla.Regulators Approve $350M FPL Base Rate IncreaseAfter tweaking a controversial settlement agreement, state regulators Thursday approved a plan that will lead to Florida Power & Light increasing base electric rates by $350 million in January.
Fla. Regulators Consider FPL Base Rate Increase The state Public Service Commission is expected to decide whether to approve a controversial settlement proposal that would allow Florida Power & Light to raise base electric rates by $378 million in January.
Hurricane Sandy Causes "Failure To Communicate"As viewers in South Florida watch worrisome images from the Hurricane Sandy storm zone, many worry about friends and loved ones that might be there, and have reached out to try to learn how they did through the storm. It hasn't been easy to connect.
FPL Works To Restore Power In S. Fla.More than 16,000 thousand FPL customers still have no power in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, due to Tropical Storm Isaac.
Power Outages Minor Across South FloridaA very small number of South Floridians are already without power prior to Tropical Storm Isaac's arrival.