Solar Backers Go To Court In Petition DisputeAfter acknowledging this month that the initiative might not make the 2016 ballot, backers of a proposed solar-energy constitutional amendment have filed a federal lawsuit against a petition-gathering firm, court documents show.
Florida Lawmakers Push 'Cut And Dry' Energy PlanLawmakers are trying to keep two competing solar-energy initiatives from causing voter confusion on the 2016 ballot.
Supreme Court Gives Green Light To Solar Energy InitiativeThe Florida Supreme Court has approved a ballot initiative seeking to expand the use of solar energy.
Solar-Energy Initiatives Hope To Brighten Florida's FutureFlorida utilities lend their support behind a political committee pushing solar-energy for 2016.
Utilities, State Seek To Keep Solar Amendment Off BallotFlorida power companies and the state attorney general want a constitutional amendment on solar energy off of next year's ballot.
FPL Is Seeking $34M In Nuclear CostsFlorida 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.
Legislature Considers Bill To Tighten Utility RegulationSeveral proposed bills, limiting the panel that sets electric rates in Florida, are heading towards passage in the Legislature.
Scott Ally Takes Seat As Florida Utility RegulatorOne of Gov. Rick Scott's political allies is the newest member of the commission that regulates Florida utilities.