Florida Power and Light
A proposed Florida Power & Light Co. rate settlement with a three groups of commercial customers is a bad deal for nearly everyone else, according to the state’s consumer advocate.
Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) Turkey Point Nuclear Plant, which is run by Bechtel Power Corp., will be the site of 277 layoffs.
South Florida utility workers continue to work to restore power to the Northeast, where millions who lost electricity in Hurricane Sandy now face frigid temperatures and snow.
More than 16,000 thousand FPL customers still have no power in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, due to Tropical Storm Isaac.
Florida Power and Light doesn’t want to leave you in the dark as Tropical Storm Isaac moves closer to Florida. The company said Thursday its ready to respond should Isaac cause a problem for South Florida.
After a proposed settlement agreement touched off two days of high-stakes maneuvering, the state Public Service Commission will go ahead Monday with a hearing about whether Florida Power & Light should raise base electric rates.
Because fuel costs are expected to go down in 2013, so consumers should not see higher bills. However, outside factors could push fuel prices up, meaning the new rates would impact wallets.
There’s a new scam going around South Florida and this time, it involves your electric bill.
As part of a billion dollar makeover of Florida Power and Light’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant, a new “extra high voltage” transformer arrived on Monday.
Florida Power and Light, which is seeking permission to expand it’s Turkey Point nuclear power plant in South Miami-Dade, is getting increased federal oversight of it’s Jensen Beach plant near Port St. Lucie after the plant experienced a series of unplanned shutdowns.