Florida Power and Light
The Turkey Point nuclear power plant was busy splitting atoms by Biscayne Bay Wednesday, and just down the street a Nuclear Regulatory Commission appeals Board was hearing a challenge to the cooling system at Turkey point.
Customers of Atlantic Broadband were left without service for much of New Year’s Day.
People living in Kendall apartment complex were without power and in the dark early on Tuesday evening for a second night in a row, were able to turn on the power that same night.
Florida Power and Light wants to get into the natural gas fracking business and wants its customers to pick up the $750 million a year tab.
A chemical leak at a Delray Beach grocery store forced employees and shoppers to be evacuated on Saturday morning.
State officials approved an emergency request for more water to control the temperatures in the cooling canals at Turkey Point on Thursday.
Florida Power & Light customers can now contribute money to help the company pay for solar-energy projects, thanks to an approved program.
Florida Power and Light customers may soon be able to contribute money to help the company pay for solar-energy projects.
A worker at the Gust Machado Ford Service Center was rushed to Ryder Trauma Center with severe burns Tuesday.
Mayors, Activists and Democrats Wednesday accused Governor Rick Scott and the Florida cabinet of bending to monied special interests in approving a controversial network of power poles for Florida Power and Light that will tower over broad, long swaths of Miami-Dade County.