A Liberty City woman who describes her living conditions as “deplorable” is asking for help after power to her unit was shut off Saturday.
Pointing to investments in power-plant projects and relatively low customer bills, Florida Power & Light and its parent company have reported increased profits for 2014.
The Turkey Point nuclear power plant was busy splitting atoms by Biscayne Bay Wednesday, and just down the street a Nuclear Regulatory Commission appeals Board was hearing a challenge to the cooling system at Turkey point.
Customers of Atlantic Broadband were left without service for much of New Year’s Day.
Florida’s largest power company can now get in the natural-gas production business with its customers’ money.
People living in Kendall apartment complex were without power and in the dark early on Tuesday evening for a second night in a row, were able to turn on the power that same night.
Florida Power and Light wants to get into the natural gas fracking business and wants its customers to pick up the $750 million a year tab.
The family of a Miami teen who was electrocuted inside a FPL substation have filed a suit against the utility.
Friends and family of Jesus Meneses, the teen electrocuted inside an FPL substation, will pay their final respects at his funeral Friday evening.
Kids like Jonathan Gomez are dealing with the death of their friend, Jesus Menesus, just 24 hours after he was electrocuted while fetching a loose basketball at an FPL substation.