Public Service Commission
State Regulators heard arguments about Florida Power and Light’s plans to collect extra money from thousands who refuse to allow smart meters in their home.
Saying it gives “great deference” to utility regulators, the state Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously rejected a challenge to rate increases approved in 2012 for Florida Power & Light.
Florida Power & Light customers can now contribute money to help the company pay for solar-energy projects, thanks to an approved program.
Florida Power and Light customers may soon be able to contribute money to help the company pay for solar-energy projects.
The competition is on for two spots in the Public Service Commission.
Florida Power & Light this month asked state regulators to approve a $113 million increase in base electric rates to pay the bulk of the costs for recent upgrades at the Turkey Point and St. Lucie nuclear-power plants.
Florida’s Supreme Court is being asked to overturn a rate increase approved last year for the state’s largest utility, Florida Power & Light.
Florida Power & Light should know by the end of the week if it will be granted a requested base rate increase.
Despite objections from a number of consumer advocates, the state approved Florida Power & Light and Progress Energy Florida’s requests for the amount they charge customers for future nuclear facilities in 2013.
A proposed Florida Power & Light Co. rate settlement with a three groups of commercial customers is a bad deal for nearly everyone else, according to the state’s consumer advocate.