Florida Power and Light
A line of storms which moved through central Broward early Tuesday afternoon sent one man to the hospital and tossed some boats around in a Dania Beach marina.
Standing tall at Port Everglades for 50 years, it took just 40 seconds for Florida Power and Light’s four iconic red and white striped smoke stacks to fall.
Florida Power & Light hopes to add two atomic generators to its Turkey Point nuclear power plant and needs two new power lines to carry the new juice, the question is where to put the lines.
Officials with Florida Power and Light are doing final preparations to say sayonara to the iconic red and white striped smoke stacks at Port Everglades.
The days are numbered for the smoke stacks that dot the skyline at Port Everglades.
The iconic red and white striped smoke stacks that greet travelers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades will soon be no more.
A new scam involving con artists claiming to be from Florida Power and Light is targeting the utility’s Hispanic customers in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
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.