FPL Moves Forward On New Broward PlantFlorida Power & Light is seeking regulatory approvals for an estimated $888 million project to build a power plant in Broward County.
Bill Would Allow Power Companies To Charge For Outside FrackingEnvironmental groups are criticizing a set of bills moving through the legislature that would allow power companies to charge customers for out of state fracking projects.
FPL Strengthens Power Lines Ahead Of Hurricane Season It's probably the last thing you want to think about - preparing for hurricane season but most of us know the sooner we prepare the better off we are.
Regulators Ready To Grapple With Gulf Power RatesState regulators are poised to hear arguments about a request from Gulf Power to raise base electric rates for hundreds of thousands of customers.
FPL Details Plans For New Solar FacilitiesFlorida Power & Light on Wednesday outlined where it will locate eight new 74.5-megawatt solar centers.
FPL Accelerates Plans To Add Solar PowerMany experts contend that solar energy is the future of consumer power in the United States.
FPL Customers To Pay Hurricane CostsFlorida Power & Light is once again facing scrutiny.
Regulators Urged To Approve FPL Storm CostsRegulators are expected to approve a request by FPL to collect $318.5 million from customers to recoup costs from Hurricane Matthew.
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.

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