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.
Public Hearings To Get Underway On FPL Proposed Rate HikeThe Florida Public Service Commission will begin a series of public hearings this week on a proposal by Florida Power & Light to raise base electricity rates.
Court Says No To Florida Utility Charging For Drilling PlanFlorida's Supreme Court ruled the state's largest utility is not allowed to make customers pay for costs associated with natural gas drilling in another state.
FPL Nuclear Waiver Proposal Draws FireAttorneys for consumers, the city of Miami and business and environmental groups are fighting Florida Power & Light's request for a waiver from filing an annual analysis about the feasibility of adding two nuclear reactors in South Florida.
Demonstrators Demand Nuclear Plant Shut Down After Radiation LeaksDozens of protesters demonstrated outside of a Florida Power & Light facility concerning leaks at the nuclear power plant at Turkey Point.
Customers Get Their Say In FP&L Rate Hike Proposal With Florida Power & Light proposing nearly $1.34 billion in rate increases over three years, state regulators have scheduled a series of hearings in June to gather input from customers.
AARP Wants Say On FP&L's Proposed Rate HikeAARP wants a say on whether Florida Power & Light should be allowed to raise base electricity rates by nearly $1.34 billion over three years.
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.
Nuclear Plant Plan Near Everglades Delayed By CourtAn appeals court has ruled that a massive nuclear plant expansion proposed by Florida's largest utility must be redone to meet environmental and other concerns.
Senate Committees To Meet On Turkey Point Canal ControversyTwo Senate committees have scheduled a joint meeting to discuss issues related to a cooling-canal system at Florida Power & Light's Turkey Point nuclear complex.
Wal-Mart Questions FPL Rate Hike ProposalWal-Mart and a group of major power users have raised questions about whether proposed hikes by Florida Power & Light are justified.
Gov. Scott Approves FPL Request To Pump Aquifer Water Into Turkey Point Cooling CanalsFlorida Power & Light’s request to utilize an additional 14 million gallons per day of non-potable water for use in its Turkey Point Nuclear Plant’s cooling canal system has been granted.