FPL Customers To See Higher Electric BillsState regulators Tuesday unanimously approved a settlement agreement that includes $811 million in base-rate increases for customers of Florida Power & Light --- with $400 million slated to take effect Jan. 1.
State Regulators Approve Substantial FPL Rate HikeYour power bill is going up next year. On Tuesday the Florida Public Service Commission approved a substantial rate hike for Florida Power & Light.
Hurricane's Blow Less Than Feared But 673K Floridians Still Without PowerMany Floridians are spending the weekend in the dark, days after Hurricane Matthew swept up the state and left millions in fear for the worst.
Scott: More Than A Million Floridians Without PowerMore than a million Floridians are still without power as Hurricane Matthew slams the state's northeast coast.
Power Outages Spread Across South FloridaSouth Floridians continue to feel the effects of Hurricane Matthew due to power outages.
Regulators Ready To Weigh Power Plant DealState regulators next month will consider a proposal by Florida Power & Light to pay $451 million for a coal-fired power plant in Martin County.
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.
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.