Florida Power & Light
State regulators have approved a settlement that will clear the way for Florida Power & Light to buy, and ultimately shut down, a coal-fired power plant in Jacksonville.
Miami International Airport is rolling out a new program meant to save some serious energy, cash and keep us cool.
Florida Power & Light received pushback Tuesday from South Florida officials and other critics as it requested $34.2 million from customers to continue planning a pair of nuclear reactors at its Turkey Point complex in Miami-Dade County.
A new plan that would allow Florida Power & Light to invest ratepayer money for natural-gas drilling projects may be facing a Supreme court fight.
Jeb Bush must be feeling electric right now because NextEra Energy Inc., the company that owns electric utility giant Florida Power & Light, is backing the Republican presidential hopeful in a big way.
A new “pro solar-energy” coalition will push for its own ballot initiative as a way to counter a separate group’s proposed constitutional amendment to expand the use of solar energy in Florida.
Florida Power & Light’s proposed purchase of a power plant has been approved by a federal agency, as state regulators consider the $520.5 million deal.
Florida utility regulators gave approval Thursday for the state’s largest power company to further invest ratepayer money in natural-gas production.
Eric Silagy, president and CEO of Florida Power & Light, said during a press conference that the company’s annual hurricane drill is held not because the state might get hit, but rather a question “of when and of where in the state it [hurricane] will hit.”
Florida Power & Light is attempting to recover $34.2 million from customers as part of a plan to build nuclear reactors in Miami-Dade County, according to documents filed with the state Public Service Commission.