Florida Power and Light
Plans are underway to tear down Florida Power and Light’s iconic red and white smoke stacks at Port Everglades to make way for a new power plant.
South Floridians who want to harness the power of the sun to heat their water or power in their home or business may be able to get cash back from Florida Power and Light.
It was out with the old, in with the new, Sunday morning in Riviera Beach when a construction company brought down two 300 foot tall smokestacks at a Florida Power and Light plant.
Florida Regulators are going after companies who they say are violating the state’s “Do Not Call” telephone solicitation law.
HOMESTEAD (CBS4) – Employees at Florida Power & Light’s Turkey Point plant are working to fix a hole found in a nuclear reactor building’s steel lining during an inspection. Workers found the hole, along with […]