Florida Power and Light
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.
State regulators Tuesday unanimously approved Florida Power & Light’s proposal to build a nearly $1.2 billion power plant in Broward County, saying it is the best way to meet the utility’s future needs.
Florida Power and Light has filed a rate increase request with the state which, if approved, would increase a typical residential bill by about seven bucks a month.
Once on the endangered species list, the American crocodile has flourished in a most unlikely place. In the shadow of a nuclear power plant.
South Florida’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant has indirectly helped the American crocodile to be removed from the endangered species list.
Just when you thought you were going to be getting a break next year on your power bills from Florida Power & Light Co., think again.
Copper thieves have struck again, only this time they didn’t knock out any street lights.
South Florida residents who call Florida Power and Light to set up service will no longer have to listen to sales pitches while they wait to have their order confirmed.
Florida Power and Light has asked the state’s Public Service Commission to approve a new plan that would allow customers to lower their bills if they participate in conservation programs.
Some might call it the miracle at the a local church. But authorities said it was an accident that could have easily claimed two lives. Two men were rescued after being shocked and burned when their “cherry picker” hit power lines.