Power Fully Restored After Fire At FPL PlantBlack smoke billowed out of a West-Miami Dade Florida Power & Light plant on Tuesday afternoon.
FPL Chief Defends $1.3B Rate RequestA request for $1.3 billion in base-rate hikes is "driven by investment and infrastructure" rather than profit, according to FPL's president.
FPL Earnings Virtually Flat In 2nd Qtr.Florida Power & Light's second-quarter net income was virtually flat, as the utility continued moving forward with power-plant projects.
Legal Setback For FPL's Turkey Point Nuclear ProjectAn appeals court has overturned a decision by Gov. Rick Scott and the state Cabinet that could have helped clear the way for Florida Power & Light to add two nuclear reactors in Miami-Dade County.
FPL Seeks Small Rate Reduction Before Request For Rate Hike IncreaseFlorida Power & Light has filed a request with the state which would lower your electric bill beginning in April.
Twister Touches Down At Delray Beach ChurchA brief tornado touched down in Delray Beach Thursday morning causing a big mess for those unfortunate enough to be caught in its path.
FPL Wants To Raise Your Electricity Bill Next YearThe state's largest electricity provider wants Florida regulators to approve a four-year funding package that would raise the base rate on a typical monthly bill by about $8.50 starting in 2017, with the hike reaching $14 by 2020.
FPL Okeechobee Power Plant Gets BackingWith a decision expected in early January, the state Public Service Commission's staff has recommended that the commission give a key approval to a proposed Florida Power & Light plant in Okeechobee County.
Million Trees Miami Gets Help From FPLDozens of Florida Power & Light volunteers donated their time Saturday to help the Million Trees Miami Campaign.
Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On FPL Drilling InvestmentThe Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments December 8th about a controversial decision by state regulators to allow Florida Power & Light to invest in a natural-gas drilling project and pass along the costs to customers.
Judge To Consider Florida Pipeline Permit DisputeA judge is set to consider an environmental group's efforts to block construction of a pipeline mean to transport gas into Florida from Alabama.
Utilities Say Electric Bills Likely Headed DownMillions of Floridians could find it a little cheaper to run the air conditioning in 2016.