Florida Power & Light
Florida’s biggest electric providers are asking state regulators this week to let them scale back energy-efficiency programs — such as rebates for installing solar panels and power-saving appliances — that they say have become expensive and benefit few customers.
Mayors, Activists and Democrats Wednesday accused Governor Rick Scott and the Florida cabinet of bending to monied special interests in approving a controversial network of power poles for Florida Power and Light that will tower over broad, long swaths of Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade’s Turkey Point may be getting two nuclear reactors in the future.
Profits rose for Florida Power & Light and its parent company during the first three months of 2014.
Florida Power & Light will have more flexibility in negotiating electricity rates with some large commercial and industrial customers thanks to a proposal approved by state regulators on Tuesday.
Florida Power & Light this month asked state regulators to approve a $113 million increase in base electric rates to pay the bulk of the costs for recent upgrades at the Turkey Point and St. Lucie nuclear-power plants.
Looks like “The Donald” is none too happy with Florida Power & Light. Donald Trump recently ripped the power company on his Twitter account.
Florida’s Supreme Court is being asked to overturn a rate increase approved last year for the state’s largest utility, Florida Power & Light.
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.
Having learned lessons from Superstorm Sandy and flooding across Florida from a number of tropical storms last year, Florida Power & Light wants to speed up plans to strengthen their electric grid against hurricanes and other extreme weather.