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Artist rendering of new FPL plant at Port Everglades.  (Source: FPL)

State Approves FPL Rate Change For Future Nuclear Facilities

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.

11/27/2012

(Source: CBS)

Advocate Calls FPL Settlement A Bad Deal For Residential Customers

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.

CBS4–11/19/2012

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FPL, Public Counsel At Odds Over Rate Hike

On Thursday, Florida utility regulators made their position clear: they want all the facts before deciding whether they will approve FPL’s proposed rate hike.

CBS Miami–09/27/2012

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FPL To Face Public Service Commission On Rate Hike

After a proposed settlement agreement touched off two days of high-stakes maneuvering, the state Public Service Commission will go ahead Monday with a hearing about whether Florida Power & Light should raise base electric rates.

CBS Miami–08/18/2012

(Source: CBS4)

FPL Predicts Smaller Rate Increase For 2013

The news is good, sort of, for customers of Florida Power and Light. Rates are still expected to increase in 2013, according to filings by the utility with the Public Service Commission, but according to FPL’s calculations, not by as much as first expected.

04/28/2012

(Source: CBS)

FPL Gets Go-Ahead For Port Everglades Plant

State regulators Tuesday unanimously approved Florida Power & Light’s proposal to build a nearly $1.2 billion power plant in Broward County, saying it is the best way to meet the utility’s future needs.

CBS4–03/27/2012

(Source: CBS)

FPL Asks Public Service Commission For $690 Million Rate Increase

Florida Power and Light has filed a rate increase request with the state which, if approved, would increase a typical residential bill by about seven bucks a month.

CBS4–03/19/2012

(Source: CBS)

FPL Wants To Hike Rates In 2013

Florida Power & Light Co. wants to hike rates about seven dollars a month for the average residential customer beginning next year.

CBS4–01/17/2012

(Source: CBS)

Look For Slight FPL Rate Hike In 2012

Just when you thought you were going to be getting a break next year on your power bills from Florida Power & Light Co., think again.

CBS4–11/23/2011

(Source: CBS4)

FPL To Lower Rates In 2012

The new year brings good news to Florida Power & Light customers; a lower power bill.

CBS4–11/21/2011

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